Seica Celebrates 30 Years in Business


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To mark the 30th anniversary of the founding of Seica S.p.A, Antonio Grassino, president, and Barbara Duvall, general manager, hosted a gala dinner on January 19 at the hotel Castello  di Pavone. The event was held in conjunction with the Kick off Sales meeting, a biannual event for Seica’s global sales network.

Seica specializes in the manufacture of automatic test equipment for electronic boards, and has an established customer base on four continents The evening highlighted the international nature of Seica, represented by the presence of business partners from 23 countries, as well as its strong links to its hometown of Strambino and the Canavese region in Italy in which it is based, represented by several attendees from national and local government authorities and trade associations.

The guests were shown a brief presentation and video which recapped the milestones reached over the 30 years, principally as a result of Seica’s constant commitment to technical innovation and development, Today, following successful expansion and diversification of the core business of global designer and manufacturer of test systems, the Seica Group includes four subsidiaries and five associated companies. In 2016 the total sales turnover for the group reached a record high, with double-digit growth with respect to the previous year.

Seica approaches its fourth decade with the same dynamism and innovation that made the company a leader in electrical test for over 30 years, and is poised to take on new challenges posed by the  revolution of Industry 4.0 and IOT,  with new product lines which include dedicated and customized solutions for industrial monitoring and building and home automation.

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