Texa, Ravaglioli enter development parnership

Garage equipment manufacturers, Ravaglioli S.p.A and TEXA S.p.A, have signed a technical agreement with the purpose to integrate their respective skills in new product development with combined technologies.

Companies to share technology

The two companies have already been working together in the field of radar and cameras calibration, have agreed on the benefits of a more structured agreement, to respond to the challenges that the technological changes, introduced by the new generations of vehicles, will require to the automotive workshops.

The collaboration will mainly be focused on alignment and ADAS technologies.


Bruno Vianello, TEXA President said:  “The integration of our electronics competences with the Ravaglioli mechanical and alignment ones will provide to the automotive workshops the best equipment to face the future of vehicle service and repair.”

Simone Ferrari, Ravaglioli President and General Manager VSG EMEA said: “The strategic alliance with TEXA will allow us to face these challenges together with the best partner we could find.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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