Emak S.p.A.

Emak S.p.A. is an Italian company specialised in the manufacture and distribution of machines, components and accessories for gardening, agriculture, forestry and industrial applications. Emak`s brands are: Efco, Oleo-Mac, Bertolini and Nibbi. The product range comprises more than 250 models of chainsaws, brushcutters, lawnmowers, garden tractors, hedgetrimmers, rotary tillers, rotary cultivators, flail mowers, cutterbar mowers, transporters and similar products.

Company details

Via E. Fermi, 4 , Bagnolo in Piano , 42011 Italy

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Emak was incorporated in1992, a merger of two major companies specializing in the production of gardening and forestry machines:Oleo-MacandEfco, both of which had been active since the '70s in Northern Italy's burgeoning enterprise sector.
 
Oleo-Mac, founded in 1972by Ariello Bartoli, now president of the parent company Yama S.p.A. (an industrial holding corporation that owns 30 companies), quickly established itself as a maker of chainsaws produced and assembled on industrial scale.
 
Efcowas set up in 1978, the brainchild of Giacomo Ferretti, now president of Emak from 2001 to 2010. Within a short space of time, Efco became a leading manufacturer of brushcutters, just as the demand for these machines was on the rise.
 
Soon enough, the executive teams of Oleo-Mac and Efco decided topool the production and managerial resourcesof their single enterprises in a single company: Emak. This merger created the right conditions for increased competitiveness and dynamism, thanks to the perfect integration of the product ranges offered by the two businesses.
 
Ever since its incorporation a quarter of a century ago Emak has been an integral part of the Yama Group, and now enjoys flagship status, accounting as it does for over a third of total group sales.
The quality of the company’s offering has been well rewarded by the market, as witness the constant growth in sales, production capability and human resources achieved year on year. Indeed Emak today is an industry leader inItaly, and ranks also among the premier European manufacturers in its sector.

History in brief

1972 Incorporation of Oleo-Mac

1978 Incorporation of Efco

1989 The 2 companies enter the Yama Group

1992 Emak is formed by a merger of Oleo-Mac and Efco

1995 Emak 2000: construction of new, modern factory to manufacture chainsaws and brushcutters

1996 ISO 9001 Certification

1997 Creation of decentralized lawnmower production site at Pozzilli (Isernia)

1998 Listing on the Milan Stock Exchange

1998-1999 Creation of 5 commercial branches: France, Germany, United Kingdom, Benelux, Spain

2000 Rated #1 by Dun & Bradstreet as a company of high business and financial reliability

2001 Admission to STAR segment of Milan Stock Exchange

2002 Launch of e-business project under the name “e-teamwork”

2004 New manufacturing facility opened in China

2005 Creation of commercial branch in Poland

2006 Creation of commercial branch in USA
2008 Acquisition of Bertolini S.p.A, operating with “Bertolini” and “Nibbi” brands, and creation of commercial and productive branch in China
2011 Creation of commercial branch in Ukraine and acquisition of Tecomec, Comet, Sabart and Raico
2012 Creation of commercial branch Brazil

'Innovative solutions to offer the customer the best possible value'
We aim to be among the world's foremost players in the development, production and distribution of machines, components and accessories for lawn and garden maintenance, agriculture, forestry and industry, providing innovative products and services to maximise efficiency and convenience for our consumer and professional clients, ensuring they receive the best possible value.
The Emak Group concentrates its efforts on achieving satisfaction among its clients with an offering of advanced technological solutions and services characterized by impeccable standards of reliability and innovation and the creation of value to benefit all its stakeholders. In order to achieve its goals the Group bases its activity on specific critical success factors:

  • product quality and innovation
  • level of service
  • competitiveness
  • strengthening of the distribution network
  • development of human resources and customer relations

The group is mindful of its role in social and economic affairs so it endeavours to pursue growth while creating value that will benefit not only the company but all parties with an interest in the Group and its business, combining:

  • economic sustainability, meaning the commitment to invest in the growth of the company and the Group, guaranteeing continuity over time, by implementing a strategy based on fundamental critical success factors
  • social sustainability, meaning the willingness to assume responsibility for the legitimate expectations of stakeholders and ensure that the value created is redistributed in accordance with common interest principles
  • environmental sustainability, through the identification, regulation, control and gradual reduction of environmental impacts deriving directly or indirectly from the activity of the company.