Raimondi Cranes, founded and established in 1863, is one of Italy's most celebrated home-grown manufacturing success stories and continues to service the heavy lifting machinery segment globally
Raimondi Cranes (Raimondi), founded and established in 1863, is one of Italy's most celebrated home-grown manufacturing success stories and continues to service the heavy lifting machinery segment globally. Raimondi today is equipped with latest production technologies and holds a leading position in the global crane manufacturing industry. The ranges of cranes manufactured by Raimondi are designed to meet the changing needs of the global market. Raimondi has adopted investing in technology as its core value in order to produce and supply products with superior quality and performance levels for their loyal customers. In order to achieve that, Raimondi's engineers and R&D segment are constantly seeking new ways to improve the product line-up.
Raimondi's objective has always been to keep the optimum balance between various quality aspects such as products lifecycle, performance, productivity, reliability, easier access for servicing, lower maintenance intervals etc., together with its competitive sales pricing strategy. Ranges of models produced by Raimondi, its global presence, long years of experience, unrelenting search for excellence in the areas of quality and performance, has resulted in the sales of more than 16,000 Raimondi cranes all over the world.
In 1863, Raimondi's Founder, Rodolfo Raimondi, saw an opportunity to produce the first transmission equipment used in a cotton mill in Legnano, a city where the company's headquarters are still based. In the following century, particularly after the WWII, Raimondi devoted itself to helping rebuild Italy through the manufacture of construction equipment from concrete mixers to tower cranes. Since 1946, Raimondi has focused on the production of tower cranes, which has taken to the company to export markets around the world.
Presently, Raimondi is pushing aggressively into new markets, away from its traditionally European base, with strong sales Europe, the Middle East and Australia, and plans to build new manufacturing facilities.