HISTORY

1936
Engineer Alessandro Novellone founds Novaradio. The company specializes in the production of transceivers, expanding in the early 50's to include television sets.

1958
The components department, which has increased in importance and autonomy over the years, becomes an independent company with the corporate name of Amisco (Applicazioni meccaniche industriali elettroniche speciali). The company immediately enjoys considerable success and soon counts IBM among its customers.

1974
The firm moves to Cinisello Balsamo and changes its name to Amisco Avvolgimenti Elettrici. Novellone's children - Donata, Cesare and later Alessandra - begin working for the company, supporting Mr. Novellone in managerial roles.

1991
The factory space has become insufficient for the expansion of the company. Most of the production lines are moved to a new, larger facility, doubling the production area. The logo is modified to signal this evolution.

1992
Amisco is one of the first Italian companies to receive the ISO:9001 Quality certification.

1998
Amisco acquires a new, even larger factory at Via Piaggio 70 in Paderno Dugnano, where it establishes its head offices. That same year, the company celebrates forty years of activity in the production of electrical windings and small solenoids. The Lean Factory methodology is applied to the new facility.

2001
Amisco continues to grow, adding two new premises to the existing plant - Via Nenni 5/7 and Via Piaggio 72 - both dedicated to production. At present, Amisco covers an area of 8000 m2, almost 6000 m2 of which are covered.

2002
Amisco acquires the Sali Abele s.r.l. society at Castelleone,(CR), dedicated to low volumes products.

2006
Amisco opens the new Chinese plant in Shen Zhen; in June 2006, it becomes self-governing in order to best tailor the coils to the local market and the Far East.

2010
After the global crisis of 2009, Amisco launches a new 3-year plan to challenge international markets. In the meantime, the transition to the third generation is underway with the entry of the Alessandro Novellone's grandchildren into the company, guaranteeing Amisco a continuity of management.

2011
Amisco acquires the Sacem company at Milano, specialized in assembling and controls of solenoid operators.

2015
Amisco founds Amisco Est at Brno (Czech Republic) , a production plant for the East Europe market.