Founded in 1978 by Gianluigi Marangoni, Gimax has always played a leading role in the development of innovative machinery to handle ferrous and non-ferrous wire.
The 1980s saw the first range of semi-automatic respoolers, the “POLI” series which are still being used today.
The 1990s saw Gimax successfully introduce the first ever fully automatic respooler, the “ROBO” series that still remains the most reliable, efficient and the most cost-effective respooler that the market can offer today.
The 2000s saw Gimax revolutionise the “INF” series of drum packers, making them the most compact, the most efficient and the fastest available on the market. In same decade Gimax has intoduced a totally new concept in fully automatic respooling, the "REV" series.
The 2010s , saw Gimax complete its product portfolio with a full range of drawing equipment -dry and wet drawing and ancillary equipment, as well as an updated shaving process for aluminium wire ("SBA" series).
The 2020s if the corporate spirit that aims to propose solutions always one step ahead in innovation is innate, with the support of the new governance, Gimax has accelerated its reorganization aimed at internalizing and implementing skills and phases, as well as making processes more efficient and digitized, controlling the entire process from conception, design, development, production and testing..
Today, after 44 years of activity in the wire industry, Gimax has firmly established itself as the world leader when it comes to respooling and handling wire, with more than 3000 machines sold worldwide.
"Manufacturing machinery means that Gimax is continuing in its tradition of innovation and quality in harmony with its production ideals."
It confirms that Gimax is moving towards greater diversification to respond to specific requirements of its customers, and consequently offer them:
Thanks to the precision and quality of machining combined with optimum automation, Gimax can provide continued efficiency with a reduction in work times and an improvement in its production cycle.
Continuity in productivity over the years.
Constant assistance during the entire life of the machinery.
Maximum flexibility to satisfy specific needs with customised products.
For years Gimax has been pursuing policies aimed at improving the values related to environmental issues. This includes technological innovations with a lower environmental impact and greater energy savings consequently raising the quality level of its production cycle.
Gimax works with the most qualified suppliers within the Veneto region of Italy, thus creating an added value to the production process.
All Gimax machinery is manufactured to meet “European Directives” (CE) and additionally norms that are current in the country of destination (UL, CSA, etc.).