Ocrim, Axor formalize partnership

by World Grain Staff
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CREMONA, ITALY — In September, Ocrim S.p.A. and Italy-based Axor announced that the two Italian companies formalized an alliance agreement to offer flour mills, pasta factories, feed mills and storage silos to customers around the world. Axor, which is a subsidiary of Mazzoni LB, has changed its name to Axor-Ocrim.
Founded in 1992, Axor is a fast-growing company specialized in the design and supply of complete plants and machinery for the production of pasta and of processing equipment for the production of snack (pellet). Axor’s turnover has more than doubled over the last three years. The company sells over 20 different short, long and special cut pasta production plants ranging from 500 kg/h up to more than 4,000 kg/h. It’s customers include some of the world’s largest pasta producers.
Ocrim and Mazzoni LB will have a combined turnover exceeding €200 million.
The companies noted that this alliance joins two important engineering and manufacturing companies that will exploit all possible technical and technological synergies between them and to offer a sole interlocutor to better satisfy client needs.