Omnia Technologies, the leading platform in automation, bottling and packaging technologies for the beverage and pharmaceutical sectors, created by Investindustrial, further expands its range of solutions with two new acquisitions and achieves a turnover of approximately €400 million.
Omnia Technologies, the platform created by Investindustrial to establish itself as a partner for integrated solutions and technologies in the food and beverage and pharmaceutical-medical sectors, continues its growth trajectory with two new acquisitions: TMCI Padovan and Omega.
TMCI Padovan is an historical company, providing technologies for the food and beverage industry for more than 100 years. Today, TMCI Padovan has four production plants, 230 employees, and a turnover of approximately €65 Million, achieved across 90 countries through its four divisions: Easybräu-Velo, specialising in industrial and craft beer production plants; Chemtech, active in manufacturing plants for gelatin, margarine, and food products; Padovan, focused on designing solutions for the wine sector; SAP-Blendtech, a division dedicated to designing machinery and plants for fruit juice and soft drink production; and IFBTECH, dedicated to the diary segment and the production of healthy and plantbased drinks.
Given its market presence and important synergies with Omnia Technologies’ other brands and divisions, TMCI Padovan will be able to complete the Group’s offering in the food and beverage industry and to further expand its overall presence in international markets. Omega, a sales engineering company with a focus on technical support and service, is a long-standing strategic partner of Omnia Technologies in the Americas. Omega is the first company headquartered outside Italy that joins the Group’s platform. The two new acquisitions will enhance Omnia Technologies’ portfolio, characterised by a high level of technological specialisation and a strong focus on service and sustainability. Post-acquisitions, the Group will have a consolidated turnover of approximately €400 million, with 17 production sites and 1,400 employees.
“These acquisitions are a fundamental step in our growth path” emphasises Andrea Stolfa, CEO of Omnia Technologies. “TMCI Padovan is a company with over 100 years’ history and a unique portfolio of knowledge and clients, while Omega synergically complements our offering and improves ourservice. As a result, we will be able to strengthen Omnia Technologies’ presence in the machinery for the food and beverage industry and to further expand our offering in the processing and bottling segments.”
Omnia Technologies was advised on the TMCI Padovan acquisition by Banca Finint, BonelliErede, PwC, WSP Italia, and Willis Towers Watson