TEXA has an extensive network of distributors around the world as well as direct subsidiaries in Brazil, France, the U.K., Germany, Japan, Spain, the United States, Poland and Russia. TEXA currently employs around 500 people worldwide. The workforce is young and dynamic, including around 100 engineers and R&D specialists.
TEXA has received extensive international recognition over the years: in fact, the company won the prestigious Frost & Sullivan award in 2006 and 2007, in 2009 it received the GIPA (Groupement Inter Professionnel de l’Automobile) for the TEXAEDU program and for Communication in 2013.
In 2009 it also won the Golden Trophy at the Grands Prix Internationaux de l’Innovation Automobile in Paris and in 2011 the “Galeria de Innovacion” trophy during the Motortec fair in Madrid.
In 2011, the founder and CEO Bruno Vianello was also presented with the “Prize of the prizes” for the most innovative Italian company by the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano.
In 2014 TEXA repeated the success achieved in 2010 in Frankfurt being awarded once again with the prestigious Automechanika Innovation Award in two categories and it also won the l’Autotrade Expo Innovation Award in Dublin.
In 2015 the Mit Technology Review awarded TEXA among the 10 “disruptive” Italian companies.
All TEXA tools are designed, engineered and built in Italy, using modern automated production lines to guarantee maximum precision. TEXA focuses careful attention to product quality, and has obtained certification in accordance with the strict ISO TS 16949 requirements for suppliers of original equipment for vehicle manufacturers.
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