Mantovanibenne turns 60 years old

Demolition equipment manufacturer Mantovanibenne has celebrated its 60th anniversary, hosting a special event for its customers and “local and regional representatives from the world of politics and industry”.

The Mantovanibenne team  celebrating with a giant anniversary cake. Celebrations at the company’s headquarters in Mirandola, Italy. (PHOTO: Mantovanibenne)

The Italy-based company, which is known for product ranges such as its Eagle shears and other attachments for construction machines weighing over 30 t, was founded by Alberto Mantovani and is now run by his children and grandchildren.

Paolo Mantovani, son of founder Alberto and current CEO of the company, said: “It is a privilege to be part of the Mantovanibenne family and to be able to celebrate this significant milestone.

“The dedication and hard work of our employees, along with the support of our customers, made this anniversary possible. We look forward to continuing to serve the demolition industry for many years to come.”

The company is currently run by a team that comprises three generations of the Mantovani family. Speaking about development plans for Mantovanibenne, Paolo said he and his family had decided together that “Its future is firmly here in Mirandola in the hands of the family that founded it.”

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