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V. Mariotti

Manufacturer of three wheels lift trucks and accessories.

Grugliasco, Torino, Italy

About V. Mariotti

Founded in 1920 by Vasco Mariotti to design and sell industrial trucks, carts, lift trucks, trailers and packaging material on the Italian market.

The company was purchased by the present owners who started to design and construct special handling systems to meet the specific demands of a number of customers.

Marked the start of production of pallet trucks, lift trucks, small-capacity counterweighted lift trucks, counter balanced fork-lift trucks and electric conveyors.

In response to specific market demands, especially from abroad, the company started to design and produce compact, small-capacity counter balanced fork-lift trucks.

Completion of the 600 to 2000 kg FCB range.

The first model of the new MYCROS, series was presented at the "CEMAT 96" Fair in Hanover.
This innovative project gradually replaced the previous FCB series.

Foreign sales topped the 45% mark, confirming the quality and reliability of the MYCROS project.

The smallest member of the range, the MYCROS 4 was presented at the "CEMAT 2000" Fair in Hanover. With this model the company aimed to consolidate its leadership in the compact fork-lift truck sector. The MYCROS 4 is the world’s smallest operator-on-board fork-lift truck, measuring a mere 990 mm from the ballast to the fork backrest.
Following two years of negotiations and presentation of prototypes, the company started to export to the United States.

Foreign sales exceeded 68%, with 15% achieved on the United States market.

It was founded, a joint venture between V. MARIOTTI Srl and a number of American partners to reinforce and expand our presence on the American market.

In the last 2 years, V. MARIOTTI has undergone some far-reaching transformations that have remodelled its organizational structure. The company has switched from being an "integral production plant" to become a highly flexible "integrated assembly plant".

Today, the production process is structured in three main sectors:
    Equipped with latest generation 3D CAD stations, the engineering office draws and produces all the technical drawings and documentation (user manuals and exploded views of spare parts) for the entire production range.
    Responsible for managing relationships with Customers and Suppliers and for all aspects of administrative management.
    Components furnished by external suppliers are received and stocked in this area and all the trucks produced are assembled, tested and stored here prior to shipment.

Business specialists for Forklifts, Pallet Trucks & Warehouse Vehicles