The Ferri factory was founded in 1844 by Giovanni Ferri Tamara, who was working as a blacksmith for local farms. Since FERRI was founded more than 25,000 machines have been manufactured and sold around the world. FERRI family have managed and grown the FERRI company to a successful international company today. The Ferri history begins with a workshop run by grandfather Giovanni Ferri that helped and serviced local farmers and continued with the first technical achievements designed and made by the young Ulisse Ferri. In 1960, the company’s turning point began in the technical field, with the application of industrial concepts to begin the manufacturing of spaced drill. Some of these machines are still in service. In 1970, the first Ferri Mulcher was made; 1980 the first hydraulic Reach Mower marked the entry of the company into the green areas maintenance industry.
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- Globally (various continents)
Certainty for the future
The continued research and development and quality control methods that are in place at the Ferri company, assures its customers today and in the future that it will continue to build quality FERRI products to meet customers needs.
In the ‘90s, FERRI recognized the need for a more modern paint system and improved industrial assembly.
In 2004 FERRI established automatic assembly linesfor Reach Mowers along with a finished product handling and storage systemIn the Reach Mower Industry, Ferri is the onlyEuropean company that has an assembly line and test machine system. These types of manufacturing capabilities and standards sets FERRI apart from its competitors.
FERRI uses computer assisted machinery in its factory to manufacture key component and parts in order to maintain high quality standards.
The electronic rotors balancing process ensures reliable performance and extended life to FERRI branded products. Our well qualified engineering team continues to improve the FERRI production process and quality control process in order to provide high quality standards for each manufactured component.
An efficient internal organization allows FERRI to meet multiple needs that a modern company should consider to be competitive in international markets.