EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September



    Bordin Ettore & Figli S.n.c.

    Via Vecchia 58 35127 Padova (PD) Italy

    Hall 8, Stand D37


    Bordin Ettore & Figli S.n.c. was established at the beginning of the year 1920.
    The founder, Ettore Bordin, began the activity as a one-man business producing agricultural tools, planning and developing several patents during the years 1929-1934, which led to company growth and national fame in the ploughs sector. His heirs are still developing this sector both structurally and technologically, following up or even anticipating certain specific innovations using special materials.
    The mechanical, technical and technological experience acquired over the years has also been used by the progressively expanding company, since the seventies, involving the second and third generations to develop a production sector outside the agricultural area. This sector has now evolved to such a degree that it can now provide the entire general engineering sector with a highly-qualified product for handling products contained in boxes that need to be lifted, turned over, metered and sorted.
    In this specialist field, BORDIN ETTORE & FIGLI s.n.c.has earned a reputation for the avant-garde production of tippers, tipper lifts, metering tipper lifts, sorting systems and various systems for serving transfer machines, presses, sandblasting machines, washing machines, tumbling machines, galvanizing plants, weighing systems and any other user systems that need to receive parts of various kinds collected generically or specifically from all sorts of containers.
    Thanks to the heritage of experience and competence acquired by the company in many years of activity, BORDIN ETTORE & FIGLI s.n.c. has identified the right solutions for different sectors, fully diversifying the characteristics of the systems to suit the specific requirements of customers.
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    The technologies and materials used are the result of in-depth studies by expert qualified personnel supported by the most sophisticated computer systems available on the market today.

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