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CEMA announces new member

Motovario Corporation becomes CEMA's 102nd manufacturing member.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
December 12, 2012

Motovario Corporation, a European manufacturer of gear units and electric motors for industrial and civil applications, is now a member of the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA).

Established in 1965 in the Italian town of Formigine, at the heart of the Modena industrial district, Motovario now carries out most of its production work in Formigine and Ubersetto, with 540,000 square-feet of facilities and a staff of 500. In 1997, Motovario opened offices in Alpharetta, Ga., from which it serves the United States, Canada and Mexico with bulk belt conveyor components and unit-handling components.

In 2006, Motovario was taken over by the Italian investment fund Synergo SGR to manage the company’s development and support its growth worldwide.

Motovario offers a wide range of products to meet the needs of numerous industrial sectors such as mechanical speed variators, helical and helical bevel gear reducers, shaft mounted, worm gear reducers, electric motors and motoinverters.

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