Founded in 1957 by Giacomo Cimberio and son Renzo at the time it counted 15 employees. It was one of the first Italian valve manufacturer to mark its products with a brand.
The 60s are the years of the growth guided by the constant research of quality and by the expansion abroad, mainly in Europe, United States and Libya.
In the 70s it is one of the first Italian and worldwide company to start the production of ball valves.
Dyring the 80s the international quality certification becomes more and more important.
In the meantime the production capacity needs to be expanded , the plant in Berzonno di Pogno (NO) is born.
It is in 1988 that Roberto Cimberio enters the company, the third generation of the family.
It is in the 90s that three distribution centres are open (Norway, Switzerland and United Kingdom), the technological investments continue in order to keep up to date the whole productive system.
The years 2000 are characterised by a thrust towards the most advanced technologies, automation, robotics, research and development.
Both plants are expanded that Cimberio’s presence the global market is consolidated.
It is in 2010 that Cimberio introduces electronics generating a developing line which will take us the SmartCim project, financed by the European Community within the Horizon 2020project for improving energetic efficiency of obsolete systems without having to retrofit.
A different company.
A worldwide leader in the production of brass components and valves for plumbing systems, heating and air conditioning and gas and water distribution networks.
Strengthened by total sales of more than 50 million Euros with its entire production concentrated in the San Maurizio d’Opaglio and Pogno manufacturing facilities that employ 190 people, with 6 foreign subsidiaries distributing our products in 77 countries.
Able to strongly believe in Italy and in the “Made in Italy” brand but at the same time to grow in the world until assuming our current international size.
Able to resist the temptation to delocalize and run away, able to keep our manufacturing facilities in Italy, even with a great deal of effort and significant sacrifices.
Able to face difficult economic times with our heads held high and to take advantage of them to grow larger, invest more and become stronger.
Able to look around and live by respecting the world that we live in, convinced of leaving our children a better environment than what we were given.