In 1949 Maurizio Rossi and Luigi Cristina founded the company Officina Meccanica Sestese in Arona (Northern Italy). In those difficult post-war years, the Company undertook the important task of producing equipment and accessories for the brick and tile industry.
OMS’ production soon asserted itself on the market so much that after a few years it became necessary to change premises. So, in 1958 a new plant was inaugurated in Arona where it continued to produce technologically advanced kiln equipment.
First International Patent: “ Artiglio Fork” for bricks. Sold in all five continents.
New Headquarter in Paruzzaro
First Strapping Head Model R10
AT62 New thermoshrink hooding machine
Strapping Head Model TR14
OMS celebrates its 50th Anniversary
First Thermoshrink hooding machine AT53
Acquisition of OMSTRAP in - Sandigliano (Biella), for strap and consumables production
New Stretch hooding machine model IS43
ISM bundle strapper, for the paper and cardboard industry
The new high yield IS 46 stretch hooding machine
Today, Officina Meccanica Sestese offers a complete range of end-of-the-line packaging machines and systems. Thanks to the great reliability of its machines, guaranteed by years of experience, and its production versatility, Officina Meccanica Sestese can satisfy all market requirements from the simplest strapping machine to the most sophisticated packaging system.
Fork lift & Artiglio Fork
Stabilimento di Paruzzaro
Headquarters in Paruzzaro
Strapping head TR14
Stretch Hooder IS43
Machines produced every year
People working synergically every day
The area of Paruzzaro’s works
OMS worldwide branches
Years of worldwide presence in the field
Consolidation and extension of the worldwide sales and assistance network
Adoption of state-of-the-art machine design and manufacturing technologies
Adoption of new and more sophisticated machine management and diagnosis software which also allows for remote machine operation control and programming (through a modem)
Orientation towards the supply of complete "packaging solutions" to be integrated in production lines instead of single machines
Adaptation of machines to the most recent energy savings requirements
Possibility for the machines to properly work with materials with a low environmental impact