The company ARMEC S.r.l. was founded in 1980 with the idea of 5 members to share their work experiences gained at the core "brands" on the domestic market in the field of machines for the transport of concrete.
Beginning with the care of the construction and sales of spare parts for concrete mixers, and giving technical assistance on construction sites, the ARMEC Ltd. in 1981 began the construction of the drums of machines in the domestic market by covering the whole range of major brands: CIFA - COIME - ICOM - & THEIR PARISINI - SMITH - WORTHINGTON - CHALLENGE - SACFEM - SAN MARCO.
The range of drums, it is combined with the construction of light carpentry consists TANKS - CHANNEL - HOPPERS - ROLL TO ROLL - WHEEL OF MIXING OF DRUMS-and all spare parts for concrete mixers.
Thanks to the excellent results obtained for the quality of our manufactured products and for the duration of the same in terms of wear, a part of the customer experience, has requested the supply of complete machines and thanks to his personal experience of the Technical and Administrative ARMEC Ltd. began in 1984 to build mixers with its own brand, covering a range with capacity from 6 to 12mc, complete with PTO and auxiliary engine.
While maintaining maximum flexibility and versatility against the demands of its customers, the ARMEC Ltd. for the construction of their carpentry does not make use of third party supplies, but all the steel was purchased and worked directly in our own factory and the quality of the raw material is tested before each job.
Currently ARMEC SRL operates in a production area that has grown from 1,500 square meters, starting in 2000 the construction of a new property in an area of 3,500 square meters, while the administrative area is 250 square meters remained, with production continues to rise, reaching in 2008 the construction and sale of approximately 350 drums of various brands (CIFA - COIME - IMER / L & T - Stetter - LIEBHEER - INTERMIX) for the domestic market, European and non-EU (Belgium - Switzerland - Cyprus - Greece and Saudi Arabia - Algeria) and 60 concrete truck mixers.