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The company, now in its third generation, has its origins in A.B. Vitaldado, a small manufacturing company founded in 1946 that specialised in the distribution of all types of nuts and bolts.
In 1968, Vitaldado became part of the Agrati group, a world leader in the production of unified and special cold-moulded bolts, which acquired a stake.
In just a few years, Vitaldado experienced great growth, expanding its range of products and specialising in the fields of precision mechanics, components, electronics and diving.
Between the 70 and 80s two production plants were established, supporting the main factory: one in Carasco (GE), the other first in Cinisello Balsamo (MI) and then in 2008 in Cavenago di Brianza (MB).
1999 saw the foundation of Lavorazioni Industriali (LAVIND) under the guidance of the Bonalumi brothers who, following in the footsteps of their father and grandfather, gave life to a project to set up an industrial facility for the production of custom turned metal parts, which in 2004 absorbed Vitaldado, creating a single company.
In 2017 the Bonalumi family repurchased 100% of the company.
Today Lavorazioni Industriali, far from being a small family workshop, thanks to the high quality of its products, on-time deliveries and its highly qualified staff, has managed to build its reputation not only on a national level but also abroad, expanding its business relations with all of Europe, Asia, North and South America.
All our sites are certified UNI EN ISO 9001 and Maxima Gradi S.p.A. ISO 14001.
ISO 9001 certification is the best known and most used standard for quality management systems worldwide. The achievement of this certification proves that the company guarantees the minimum requirements of the homonymous ISO 9001 standard which has as its objective the constant improvement of the company through the optimisation of the organisational structure.
This certification assures Customers that all the products and services meet the required standard and that all the processes, involved in their creation, are verifiable.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 876347