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our history

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DA-TOR has a new look: a restyling of the corporate logo to renew the image and an identity that remains the same. New payoff: People Forming Progress.

Transformation from a historic producer of nuts to a company specialising in custom-made parts based on customer needs.

Relaunch of the branch, DA-TOR Automotive GmbH, in Germany to offer more timely customer support.

We support customers in 10 countries outside Italy: having begun as a small, local metalworking firm, we have now become a company with an international outlook.

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Introduced semi-hot technology for forming stainless steel and for more complex moulding (2020)

Opened the new logistics centre in Verderio, Italy, covering approximately 9,000 square metres with over 5,500 pallet spaces, selection area, and automated packaging lines (2019).

Added the FEM Method as a design analysis tool in the research and development area (2019).

Joined the T-Plus Group, held by the Crippa family, with a relaunch plan of over 18 million euro (2018).

Modernised the production plant and invested in machinery to increase production capacity (2018).

Moved to the new 12,000 square metre production site at Verderio (2015).

Obtained ISO TS 16949 certification, an essential step to enter the automotive sector and the automotive industry (2001).

Opened the 6,500 square metre logistics centre at Calco (2001).

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Expanded the facility at Beverate Brivio.

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Moved to the new production facility at Beverate di Brivio (LC).

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Changed the company’s name to “DA-TOR”.

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Began production of self-braking nuts thanks to the introduction of the cold forming process.

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The “Officina Meccanica dei fratelli Rocca” was established.

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