Gambarotta Gschwendt

Gambarotta Gschwendt: 100 years of history, 100 years of reliable products

Gambarotta Gschwendt is a world leader in the design, construction and installation of equipment for the elevating and transport of solid bulk materials, such as bucket elevators, conveyors and high capacity feeders for any type of use, from the concrete and gypsum sectors to those of metallurgy and mining.

Countless plants built around the world tell of a working philosophy that has always characterized the company since 1919, the year of its establishment, updated continuously according to Kaizen techniques and expressed by the ability not only to meet any customer need, but often ahead of the times with innovative and technologically advanced projects, thanks to the synergies put in place internally, with partners and with major research centers throughout Europe.

Quality and reliability have always been the strength of Gambarotta Gschwendt, attested by numerous certifications including ISO 9001, whose specifications were met by the company even before they were officially set up, as well as EN1090, EN ISO 15609 , ISO 9606 and ATEX standard. This is thanks to the level of excellence achieved by the design departments, the statutory procedures, a continuous exchange between the internal divisions of the company and on-site with customers, the rapid prototyping and the use of the best materials and components available on the market, able to withstand greater levels of wear with a favorable impact on maintenance costs and timing. An exchange that today translates into extensive and specific know-how that creates highly reliable machines on a daily basis, to meet every need and in full compliance with the strictest international standards.

Reliability which fits perfectly with the customer support organization in every operational phase of each site around the world, starting from its design. The high degree of customization very often requires us to create fully customized systems or entirely new products. Our Technical Department over the years has developed effective organizational methods to reduce the “Time to market”. For example, the systematic collection and storage of data of each type of machine, and the creation of calculation and sizing systems.