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Bonomi North America relocates NA headquarters to North Carolina

The company plans to expand its newly acquired facility in the near future to add assembly operations and support staff.

March 28, 2014
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Bonomi North America, a subsidiary of Italy-based valve and actuator manufacturer Bonomi Group, recently relocated its corporate office to 750 Imperial Court Charlotte, N.C. The company plans to expand its newly acquired facility in the near future to add assembly operations and support staff. 

Bonomi North America relocates to Charlotte

Bonomi North America headquarters at 750 Imperial Court in Charlotte, N.C.



“We chose to relocate to Charlotte after outgrowing our original space in Rock Hill. Charlotte is the ideal location for us — it’s in the heart of our customer base, offering the international and professional setting a world leader like Bonomi requires for further growth,” said Alberto Malaguti, general manager of Bonomi North America.

Bonomi North America, formerly Bonomi USA, started its business in Rock Hill, S.C., in 2003 to market the Bonomi Group’s RB, Valpres and Valbia product lines to commercial, institutional and industrial markets in the United States as a singular source for valves and actuators. The company also operates a warehouse and office in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.  The company maintains an extensive distribution network throughout both countries.

 

Valves and actuators

The Bonomi Group is the manufactures both low-torque, high-performance, direct-mount ball valves and pneumatic and electric actuators. Bonomi valves and actuators are easily mated together in automated valve packages. This simplifies manufacturing plant automation and commercial building operations while maximizing flow control performance.

Bonomi products are used in heating, plumbing, industrial water and steam, skid mounted pumping systems, irrigation, fire suppression, power generation, chemical processing, pulp and paper and many other industrial and commercial applications.

 


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