OCLL Ltd

OCLL Ltd

The Company OCLL, today Carrarospray, was established in 1961 by LUIGI and LUCIANO CARRARO as a company oriented to the construction of machines for the protection of plants and agricultural crops and now the continuity is ensured by the presence of Maurizio and Michele Carraro at the vertices of `company since 2009, always with the presence of fathers. The experience gained in these years of work and constant technological research have made the company OCLL a reference point in the industry. The innovation, the study, design, combined with experience in markets around the world, are the factors that have characterized us and that will project us into the future with a leading role.

Company details

Via Cornara, 40 , Villanova (PD) , Padova 35010 Italy
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Crop Cultivation
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1961

The growing demand by foreign operators has allowed the development of a new range  of innovative machines and the creation of a new CARRAROSPRAY brand, which more easily  overlooks the foreign market and projecting the company to the top of European manufacturers of machines  for agriculture, hobby, gardening, pest and fire.

Since 2002 we have entered the ISO9001 quality system  to protect the consumer is now overseen  by the Certification of Quality Luxury TUV.

The many years experience in the industry has led us to have a global view  of the markets so the dynamism and readiness in the answers we have made modern.

Knowing how to listen to the needs and adapt our products to the real needs of consumers  have made important and are our. strengths. 

We welcome you counted among our customers and users of our products.

FLEXIBILITY 'PERSONALIZED AT YOUR SERVICE

Many years of experience in the manufacture of machinery for the protection of plants and agricultural crops has allowed us to get hold of a KNOW HOW important that we offer our customers. Our strengths that look the customer focus, competence  and professionalism of our technical staff, coupled with our flexibility, we can quickly and on request, study and create together with you sprayers with features suited to your land and develop special projects with the aim to satisfy your needs  and achieve goals to create value added.

1961
The brothers Luigi and Luciano Carraro founded the mechanical workshop OCLL SRL

1971
is designed and built the first atomizer.

1981
The company specializes in the construction of machinery for the protection of plants and crops.

1991
is designed and built the first low volume sprayer.

1995
is designed the new CARRAROSPRAY line with the intent to improve penetration in international markets.

1999
Study and construction of a new sprayer tire that meets the needs of the French Chamber of Agriculture. Result of the perfect test to the control of the French Chamber of Agriculture.

2001
introduces into the market a new concept of sprayer equipped with 2 fans counter-rotating.

2002
The quality CARRAROSPRAY by OCLL is rewarded with the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2000.

2005
Study and construction of a new sprayer with stainless steel tank that meets the needs of the US market and is used in many other areas.

2008
Maurizio and Michele Carraro assume the leadership of the company in the role of administrators, always with the presence of Luigi and Luciano fathers.

2009
The company, together with other seven leading Italian manufacturers of agricultural machinery industry has formed a consortium called 'THE BUILDER'. Generational change from father to son

2010
Carrarospray France Foundation

2011
Our products arrive in India

2013
Large restyling of the range with introduction of innovative machine with recuperators ECOLOGICAL panels.

Designing with Solidworks

2014
Introduction of LEAN-PRODUCTION system (lean manufacturing) process optimization to reduce production time and costs

2015
Realization new Qwector and Apus

2016
Certification for Enama Qwector and Apus models