Ferrari Ventilatori Industriali S.p.A. was founded in 1960 in Arzignano, Vicenza, by Antonio and Mario Ferrari and has stood out in the market for more than fifty years with a range of technologically advanced products. Through investments, research and organisation of the chain of production and with a completely Italian-made production output, Ferrari Ventilatori is an European point of reference in the field of low, medium and high pressure industrial ventilation.
Ferrari Ventilatori Industriali have built an excellent collaborative relationship with their customers, a partnership which involves joint consultation on different technical aspects. The fans are manufactured and planned to meet the customer’s specific needs.
All this is made possible through rigorous organisation which makes it possible to offer a highly personalised service while maintaining the finest technological standards.
The fact that the Ferrari brand now boasts a worldwide reputation is the result of its approach adopted at the start of this successful industrial venture.
- 2 types of industrial fans are produced: axial and centrifugal (produced with pressure up to 45.000 Pa)
- 150 employees at head office + network of industrial partners
- 50,000 m² of factory premises
- Over 35,000 fans produced every year
- Complete range with flow up to 200 m3/sec
Eastern is amongst the most reputed firms in India in the field of textile machinery. Established by one of India’s earliest textile engineering graduates, D. Ramanna, on the cusp of Independence, the firm is present across the spectrum of products that make up the industry.
The textile industry saw some path breaking events in the early 80s and Eastern helmed by R Anand was instrumental in many of these.
Among them were the establishment of India’s first 100% EOUs in spinning and terry towel weaving respectively. These mills, M/s Nav Maharashtra SSG,Ichalkaranji and M/s Gogte Textiles, Belgaum set the benchmarks for the industry and opened the floodgates for others to follow.
As mill after mill took the 100% EOU route to growth, Eastern contributed to their successes by introducing these mills to new technologies and equipment that put them on par with their peers internationally. It was Eastern that introduced the concept of humidification in textile mills and when the first installation at Kolhapur documented the benefits there was no looking back.
Eastern also participated in successful collaborations including one with the Hesta group for air engineering. Ferrari fans and their superior quality thus entered the Indian textile industry as Eastern underlined the importance of robustly engineered fans in textile mills.