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screws, dome and euro screws, machine screws, nuts, washers, bolts and threaded rods, tapping screws, drilling screws and A2 stainless steel screws. Sizes range from 2mm to 30mm in diameter with lengths from 4mm to 400mm. Key application sectors include: the furniture industry, door


and window shutters, mechanical industries, carpentry and woodworking, civil and industrial construction, plasterboard, do-it-yourself and hardware shops, gazebos, and garden structures. In all, Ambrovit now holds stocks of about 9,000 items. The chipboard screw range, says Ambrovit, is the most


important. The range of screws for carpentry, manufacturing of mountain furniture and gazebos, covers and large-size structures has been recently enlarged with the introduction of Chipboard screws TX wafer head with serration type 17 (Ambrovit code 67052), certified by the Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering of Trento University. In Italy Ambrovit currently delivers to more than 1,500


customers. The sales network in Italy, which is divided into different regions, covers the entire country. Relationships with area agents are managed by Ambrovit’s commercial department, which informs them of problems and opportunities so that they can solve them in real time. This wide sales network also provides the way for Ambrovit to constantly update its products range and ensure it meets its customers’ requirements. The new logistics facility, constructed in 2009, has allowed


Ambrovit to extend its business to countries throughout Europe including: Germany, France, England, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Albania, Macedonia, Finland and Denmark. Total sales in 2010 increased strongly as a result of the new


business structure, which enabled improved control of stocks, storage of high quantities of material and prompt delivery of customer orders. Participation in major fairs, including most recently Fastener Fair Stuttgart, has given Ambrovit the great satisfaction of becoming one of the trade leaders and enabling the company to substantially widen the countries to which it sells its products and promotes its ever developing product range. Central to the Ambrovit business


philosophy is deep desire to serve customers and to provide them with the best fastener for their applications. All of the development and investments made by the company have always been clearly targeted to achieve these goals. At every internal stage the company carries out constant check controls on random samples, analysing the critical stages in order to solve immediately any issues that may arise, which could cause an interruption in the managerial


and logistical processes. Thanks to the new quality control laboratory (pictured above), Ambrovit now has precision tools for checking the quality of incoming products. In addition to stringent dimensional checks this now includes using a drilling machine test to simulate screw performance in application. The introduction of these technologies and advanced


quality management structures have made the company’s confidence in its vision for the future even more concrete, linked as it is to the constant development pinpointed by the management. Ambrovit is also confident that, for global markets, it will continue to break down commercial barriers, implement specific skills and strengthen its trade position: a future Ambrovit believes will be marketed by constant seriousness and professionalism. Ambrovit tries always to improve its service level in order to reinforce its presence and respond to the new challenges in both national and international markets - above all to live up to its motto “we are always beside you in the fastener world”.


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