The Gefran group is based in Italy, employs more than 800 employees and is directly present in 11 countries with 6 production plants. The group’s activity is divided into four main areas of business: sensors, components for automation, systems and motion control.
The range of products for displaying and regulating process variables includes electronic microprocessor based controllers, indicators and power relays. Upgraded products and investments in production processes results in impeccable service and ever faster lead times. The acquisition of SIEI, a leading Italian manufacturer of electronic actuators for regulating motor speeds, has enabled the Group to integrate its range of products.
Device/Component ManufacturerAutomation components, Sensors, Motion control products, Robotic system integration
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