Came Group, the leading international automation, active-safety and access control company, gets bigger and broadens its market reach by joining forces with Jolly Motor Srl, of Rovereto, Trento. The latter firm is a key player in the awning, screen and shutter-system sector. Jolly Motor’s coming aboard - after Furini, the Milan-based access control device firm, and, Chaber Technologies, the French automation distributor – boosts Came’s position in the home and building automation market, which is growing by 30% per year.
Born out of a strategic overhauling of the historical Jolly Motor International, founded in 1978, Jolly Motor Srl is a major name in the manufacturing and marketing of high-end motors and automation for shutters, awnings, screens and venetian blinds.
Through constant research into the best production tools and relentless commitment to offering innovative, high-tech products, through its international, capillary network of branches and specialised dealers the company is present in over 40 countries.
Came Chairman Paolo Menuzzo says “We believe in this outfit which, like us, holds high the Made in Italy High-Tech standard. This alliance strengthens our leadership position in the tubular automation and accessories and awning, screen and shutter-system market. And, consolidates Jolly Motor’s trademark alongside those already found in our portfolio.” Now Jolly Motor can exploit the Group’s know-how, marketing and organisational punch and offer improved services to clients and operators alike.
Jolly Motor’s official coming aboard the Came Group is set for 10 February, 2009 in Stuttgart, during the R+T expo which caters to winding closures, doors/large doors and sun protection. At this prestigious German showcase the Group will display its entire range of solutions for “now, total protection”. This includes shutters, awnings and screens, engineered to meet any need. Not only, but operators visiting the stand will be welcomed with a pleasant surprise, to properly celebrate the bond between these two key players: the Jolly Smile contest “Smile away the sun” – a raffle with at stake 5 Mediterranean cruises for two.