The company was established in 1967 by the founding partners Luciano Canova and Carlo Clò, who started the business as it is today.
In 1970, the first production facility was built in Via dei Tipografi, Modena (Italy) where the operational headquarters are still located.
In 1980, a second shed was built next to the existing one and the premises in front of it; in 1995 another construction adjacent to the previous one was purchased, which was then joined by a building linking all the various structures.
In the meantime, the children of the founding members joined the company and started taking part in running the business.
This allowed the company to better promote production, with the use of an integrated management system whereby control of production and other management aspects were upgraded.
In 2003 came TÜV company certification, which continues today.
The company’s development has involved the continuous adaptation of its machinery and facilities, so as to achieve the best possible performance in its work environment.
Canova & Clò is equipped with an integrated IT management system, capable of monitoring the various business areas; sales, material requirements, launch of production and the related planning of machining centres, monitoring of production progress in real time, finalisation of production orders and administrative-financial area.
The experience gained allows us to support the customer in the various start-up phases of a new product and in design, prototyping, industrialization, realization of the necessary production equipment and in actual production.
The constant updating of the technological level of machinery has put us in the forefront of an increasingly competitive and global market and enables us to provide customers with the right solutions to their problems.
In 2000, Canova & Clò decided to obtain a UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 Quality System, later updated to the UNI ISO EN 9001.2008 standard as an instrument for upgrading the quality of the products and services provided, further strengthening collaboration with customers.
Subsequently, welding process certification and welder qualification were undertaken to ensure even higher levels of reliability (UNI EN ISO 14732:2013 and UNI EN ISO 9606-1:2013).
Today, the importance of constant staff training and the company’s continuous endeavours to ensure a mix of “price/service/quality” are decisive aspects for achieving a fundamental goal: “customer satisfaction”.
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