Since 1980 Jobs has been producing high-power high-speed machines and automated milling systems with 3 and 5 axes, which are employed world-wide by the most advanced manufacturing industries for ultra high-tech machining. Jobs exports 80% of its production to the most industrialised countries and its main site employs approx. 280 employees. Jobs is a benchmark company in the field of high-performance machining in the Aerospace/Aeronautics, Car Industry, General Engineering and Energy fields.Jobs can ensure a high level of performance of its products thanks to the employment of the most advanced technologies in design, production and quality control.A network SUBSIDIARIES and SERVICE CENTRES (for sales, technology and maintenance) guarantees customer support.
At the end of 2009 Jobs took over Sachman, a horizontal machining centre manufacturing company first located in Reggio Emilia and definitely moved to Piacenza in 2014, with the aim of reinforcing/widening its offering of products in the milling field. Since 1st January 2014 also all production, technical, commercial and after-sales service activities of Rambaudi brand have been moved from its headquarters in Rivoli (TO) to Jobs premises. In January 2012 Jobs took over the majority shareholding of Sigma Technology, long-established Italian leader in the vertical machining centres industry and, since 1st January 2015 all its production, technical, commercial and after-sales service activities have been moved to Piacenza.