- Omega is a sales engineering company with a focus on technical support and service
- Investindustrial acquired Omnia in November 2020
- Investindustrial is a European investment firm based in London
Omnia Technologies, backed by Investindustrial, will acquire TMCI Padovan, a provider of technologies to the food and beverage industry, and Omega, a sales engineering company with a focus on technical support and service.
TMCI is based in Mareno di Piave, Italy and has a turnover of around €65 million.
Omega has offices and technical personnel in Colombia, Mexico, Panama, and Peru.
Post acquisitions, Omnia will have a consolidated turnover of around €400 million, with 17 production sites and 1,400 employees, according to a release.
“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 our service,” said Andrea Stolfa, CEO of Omnia Technologies. “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.”
Investindustrial acquired Omnia in November 2020.
Omnia is a designer and manufacturer of automation technologies for the beverage industry. The company is based in Trevignano, Italy. The company recently acquired Comas and Favotto.
Investindustrial is a European investment firm based in London.