Cassioli officialized for the third year in a row the sponsorship of SIR Safety Perugia, the men’s volleyball team of Perugia. Cassioli renews its support for the team which has already started preparing to start the season to the fullest under the guidance of the new coach Andrea Anastasi.

Cassioli, partner of SIR Safety System for many years for the use of work clothing and safety workwear for its employees, has decided to renew its support for the Block Devils putting the sponsor on the volleyball players shirts.

The “Cassioli” logo will stand out on the uniforms of the SIR Perugia team for the entire 2022/2023 season, which will start on Sunday 2 October with the Super League. We wish the team a new season full of fun, victories and a lot of satisfaction.

Our company requested the energy audit of the Torrita di Siena headquarters by ESAERG S.R.L., the energy service company certified according to the UNI CEI 11352 standard, identified by Legislative Decree no. 102 of 2014 and authorized for the preparation of such diagnoses. The diagnosis will be conducted and carried out according to the provisions of Article 8 of Legislative Decree no.102 of 2014, the reference documentation produced by ENEA and MISE and the reference technical standards, with particular regard to UNI CEI EN 16247 (Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4).

The energy audit aims to provide adequate knowledge of the energy consumption profile of the entire Cassioli site (methods of use of the site, measurement and accounting of qualitative and quantitative data) by identifying and quantifying the opportunity for energy savings in terms of costs and benefits. A correct Energy Diagnosis will make it possible to understand the real share of electricity – motive+, thermal or refrigeration – that is consumed by a specific department or by “production lines”; it will essentially allow us to understand how much the heating, air conditioning, lighting or compressed air system “weighs” on the overall energy needs of the plant.

Indeed, that Diagnosis can represent the first step towards a new management approach and the rationalization of internal processes, with the aim of equipping our company with an energy management system according to the ISO 50001 standard and then transforming the legislative obligation into a real opportunity for the company itself, identifying the “state of affairs” or “zero” time of the activity (in terms of energy), in order to understand how to think about efficiency measures (such as, for example, the use of LED lighting, the increase in photovoltaic production, the efficiency of the thermal power plant, the efficiency of the factory pneumatic system or the use of electric vehicles).

The energy audit will cover all the energy vectors (electric, thermal or cooling energy) used in the Torrita production site and will consider the supply, internal generation, distribution and final use of each of them; it will also consider the data from analysis and monitoring of the site’s consumption, including the fuels (diesel) used by the means of transport for goods and for Cassioli staff.

In that picture, Eng. Alessandro Bittoni, Cassioli’s QHSE Manager, together with Eng. Nicola Carboni of ESAERG





Cassioli, together with its partner Diamond Phoenix, renews its participation in IMHX, the most important event in the United Kingdom dedicated to logistics, which annually sees the participation of many suppliers and buyers from all over the world.

IMHX brings together the entire world of logistics in a single event, from the supply chain to the handling of materials and raw materials, up to intensive storage with automatic warehouses.

Cassioli will present its innovative storage solutions, optimizing the customer’s needs and the goods to be managed, in relation to size, performance, conservation and recovery methods.

The IMHX will take place from Tuesday 6 to Thursday 8 September in NEC Birmingham: Cassioli is waiting for you at booth #5AM24.

Our company has decided to renew the partnership as Local Partner of ACF Fiorentina. The Cassioli logo will be visible on the led walls on the sidelines in all Serie A and Coppa Italia matches at the Artemio Franchi stadium in Florence.

Team play, sense of belonging and investment in young talents are just some of the values ​​that Cassioli shares with the Fiorentina Football Team, together with a strong attachment to our beautiful Tuscany.

Cassioli, who has always been present in the world of sport, both locally and nationally, saw in the partnership with Fiorentina a further opportunity to better convey its image, significantly strengthening its visibility throughout the Italian territory and beyond.

The branding activity of Cassioli as a business partner of Fiorentina, in addition to the visibility of the brand during the Serie A and Coppa Italia matches, includes the presence of the Cassioli brand on the official Fiorentina website and the participation to the official events that the Viola Club will organize during the whole season.



Cassioli continues its commitment to an increasingly sustainable company.
Thanks to the nearly 500 photovoltaic panels (Canadian Solar with a nominal power of 315 Wp each) installed above our new industrial building, we have achieved the production of 250,000 kWh of energy from renewable sources. Of these, 230,000 kWh were self-consumed within the company for the needs of the work activity, while the remaining 20,000 kWh were fed back into the grid through the so-called “on-site exchange”. Thanks to the use of photovoltaic panels, our company has recorded a saving of 162,000 kg of carbon dioxide released into the air, equal to the absorption capacity of over 6000 trees. An important step forward to contribute to the protection of the environment, implementing green policies that aim to produce clean electricity and make us more aware of the important role that each of us has in respecting the ecosystem that surrounds us.

Almost 80 years after its foundation, Cassioli takes another important step, opening a new manufacturing plant in North America.

After settling with the first commercial office in Atlanta in 2009, this year Cassioli decided to further consolidate its presence in the United States with the purchase of a new production site at the Creekside Industrial Park in Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia.

“The decision to expand our presence in the North American area with the first US production site in Newnan was an essential step in the growth strategy of our business” – said Carlo Cassioli, CEO of Cassioli. “Over the past few decades one of the main trends in the US manufacturing industry has been the increase in the productivity of the sector. Global competitive pressures have forced companies to become more resilient, doubling the output per worker. In this context, automation is a key factor to carry on this trend and the possibility to have a production site in the States allows us to expand the potential of the company, hiring new staff and guaranteeing a greater presence in the area “.

It is from the beginning of 2021 that Cassioli has worked to find a suitable area that could combine the favorable position and the innovative business-oriented approach: Coweta County was the strategic choice to raise the new plant. The factory was opened this year and over the next five years aims to diversify and make the Group’s production capacity grow further .

“Being finally present in a structured way in the United States will allow us to consolidate our presence in the North American market, reducing intervention times and increasing professional services on site for current and future customers” – said Marco Cencetti, CEO of Cassioli USA. “Thinking globally, acting locally” is our motto, which over the years has been promoted and conveyed to all Cassioli business bodies: we as Cassioli USA, we can’t wait to carry on this philosophy “.

The Newnan plant, which currently measures approximately 20,000 square feet, offices and warehouse included, joins the historic production sites of Cassioli in Italy, Poland and Brazil and the numerous commercial partners spread all over the world. The process of internationalization therefore continues and the Grup, having reached the threshold of 80 years of activity, is able to guarantee the customer a 360 ° service, strengthened by the experience acquired, the great knowledge of the sector and the continuous orientation towards growth and innovation.

Fispal Tecnologia 2022, June 21-24, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Cassioli Brasil will take part in the most important exhibition in South America dedicated to the Food & Beverage sector.

Thanks to its innovative automatic systems, Cassioli provides numerous solutions for modern industries dedicated to the production of agri-food products: automatic warehouses and automatic warehouses at low temperatures, automatic handling systems, conveyors and much more.

Cassioli design cutting-edge automation solutions, carefully designed according to customer needs and implemented with the best technologies on the market, accelerating production and delivery times and preserving product quality at all stages.

Come and find out more about our automatic systems at FISPAL Tecnologia! We are waiting for you in Sao Paulo, Brazil, from 21 to 24 June 2022, stand #D016


Cassioli Polska was awarded the Diamentów Forbesa, an important recognition that Forbes and ING Groep assigned to some companies in Lodz.

The award received by the Managing Director of Cassioli Polska, Mario Roghi, was presented by Robert Olesiński, Regional Director for Corporate Affairs of the Poznań Region, who congratulated the entrepreneurs on the competitiveness and international vocation of these companies.

Cassioli Polska has distinguished itself as one of the small-medium enterprises of the Lodz voivodeship which obtained revenue up to 50 million PLN, such that the region ranks sixth in Poland in terms of gross domestic product generated.

Once again a very important recognition which underlines the solidity and growth of the Cassioli Group even beyond national borders.






The new warehouse for Cosentino, leader for design surfaces, has been installed in Cantoria

Cassioli crosses once again national borders with the project realized in Spain for Cosentino Group. The Spanish multinational company, which produces and distributes innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of design and architecture, turned to Cassioli to fully automate the logistics of the Silestone® and DEKTON® systems.

The project, in addition to the automatic warehouse, included the creation of an automatic system dedicated to the collection of the slabs from the production lines, their transport and the integrated management of the distribution center with ERP / SAP of Cosentino, which also managed the planning and preparation of loads before shipment.

The customer requested that the automated warehouse for the storage of finished products be divided into 6 independent parts, each equipped with a stacker crane, in order to guarantee greater flexibility in the event of damage or partial blocking of the system; the handling area had to be composed of 4 independent areas with sawhorses for the slabs.


The project was designed from the outset as a modular installation: there were built 2 blocks with 3 stacker cranes each and 4 automatic preparation points for slabs. Cosentino requested to treat each slab in a unique way, in order to have a total traceability of each of them and of the information contained within them (barcode), i.e. production, storage and shipping parameters.

After a careful analysis of Cosentino’s needs, Cassioli designed an automated warehouse 4,500 square meters wide and 32 meters high, with a capacity of 11,500 packages, equipped with 9 stacker cranes (load capacity up to 3,500 kg). Entrances and exits to the warehouse can be carried out on two levels, while the preparation of orders takes place at level 0, through automatic systems specially designed for Cosentino processes.

The packages arrive from the production lines through automatic conveyors and SLS shuttles, then they are directed to a shape and data control system (automatic reading of all the bar codes), which verifies their suitability.

If the system detects that the package is correct in all its parameters, it continues the path, otherwise it is rejected and submitted to the control of the Cassioli software. Once the parcel reaches the front of the warehouse, it is directed to a specific warehouse through SLS system (Shuttle Loop System) to the entry position, where it is picked up by the stacker crane designated by the Cassioli WMS software.

When a package is required for the preparation of a specific order, it is picked up by the stacker crane in the warehouse and then placed in the special order preparation area by means of shuttles, to give greater flexibility and ensure that all packages can be addressed to any preparation area.

The system takes the slabs one by one following the specific sequence requested in the loading order; in the event that there are slabs in excess, the load returns to the warehouse and the slabs are grouped in a new load, always automatically.

Once ready, the load is taken to an automatic strapping station and then made available to the LGV (Laser Guided Vehicles) to be placed in a temporary buffer or to be loaded directly onto the truck, through the automatic loading system.

Besides the warehouse, Cassioli has created a handling system for Cosentino consisting of chain conveyors, roller conveyors and specific tilting devices for slabs. The handling system is integrated with elevators for slabs and packs and with special manipulators for slab preparation, that handle one slab at a time.

Every single slab is coded and traced thanks to a special system that allows to record specific data and dimensions. The entire Cosentino distribution center is managed by ERP / SAP software, perfectly integrated with the Cassioli management software that manages all devices and machinery for a complete warehouse automation.

Thanks to the synergy developed between the Cosentino designers and the Cassioli experts, the new Cosentino warehouse has recorded a significant increase in storage capacity and complete traceability of all the materials handled, thanks to the perfect integration between the Cassioli management system and the software of the customer. Furthermore, it is important to point out that it was met the technological challenge of sending the slabs to the customers in the same conditions as before the automation.














Tire Distribution Centers have acquired considerable importance in the market and continue to record significant and continuous growth. This increase is linked to the numerous services they are able to offer both to the capillary network represented by retailers and to manufacturers. Distribution Centers offer different types of services, including:


  • Highly competitive purchasing conditions;
  • Exclusive projects based on customer needs;
  • Marketing strategy to support the reseller’s business;
  • Assistance through the manufacturers;
  • Agreements with partner suppliers.


  • Daily delivery;
  • Bi-daily delivery;
  • Direct collection at warehouses.

Guided purchase support:

  • B2B;
  • Customer support;
  • Sales support;
  • Call Center.

The growing market demand is pushing more and more Tire Distribution Centers towards a path of business process innovation, moving from semi-automatic distribution systems to fully automated systems.

The Cassioli company, which boasts 80 years of experience in industrial automation, as well as an internal Tire Division representing the fastest growing business sector, has decided to invest heavily in the world of tire distribution, creating a research and development department dedicated to the study of specific automatic systems for pneumatic distribution centers.

Cassioli has designed, built and patented automatic systems capable of significantly increasing the productivity and storage capacity of distribution centers, drastically reducing the number of errors compared to semi-automatic systems, in which manual operations are more numerous and more complex compared to fully automated systems.

Below are some features of the Cassioli automatic systems:

  • Automatic identification and control of tires entering the system;
  • Storage inside automatic warehouses especially designed to optimize space capacity;
  • Fast and reliable recovery system for goods to be shipped, with logics taking into account the analyzed outgoing flows;
  • Fully customizable automatic labeling systems;
  • Ergonomic and easy-to-manage vehicle loading systems.

Companies that turn to Cassioli for the construction of an automated system, can take advantage of a 360 ° service for the construction of turnkey systems.

For each project Cassioli follows each of these phases:

  • Feasibility analysis (project analysis; data analysis; preliminary studies; cost estimation);
  • Engineering (project; simulation; planning; design);
  • Production (mechanical component; electrical component; software; testing);
  • Project management (procurement management; installation; cost control, quality control; management system);
  • Customer Service (analysis; training; maintenance; technical support; revamping).


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