Italian Leader in Energy Transformers
Tamini is the leading Italian company in the world for the design and production of industrial, power and special transformers
Founded in 1916 in Milan, it supplies its products to the most important industrial sectors (i.e. steel, aluminum, mining, oil & gas, chemical and transportation) and the most highly qualified operators in the electrical energy sector (production, distribution and transmission).
With a century of experience in the market and world records in the field, Tamini combines the quality of its products, designed and hand manufactured with the unmatched expertise of the Made in Italy. More than 9,000 Tamini transformers have been manufactured and installed for customers in more than 90 countries around the world.Â
Since 2014 Tamini has been part of the Terna Group, the Italian Electricity Transmission Grid Operator. Terna is Europe's leading independent grid operator in terms of kilometres of electricity lines managed: a solid industrial enterprise, financially stable, at the forefront in the energy sector, and with the aim of consolidating high-quality synergies and new levels of development.
After the business combination with TES, one of the most advanced and qualified actors in the market of industrial high power transformers, Tamini has become a leading market player and now even stronger to effectively cope all future challenges. The two companies have been operating as a single entity since November 2015 with the aim of focusing their efforts, further accelerating their own growth and sharing the best available skills. The combination of experience and research allows Tamini, even more, to manufacture products designed according to the customerâ€™s requirements and needs, embracing the Tailor-Made concept that has always characterized TES.
The integrated Tamini and TES manage six production plants in Italy and operates through their own branches in USA and India. At the moment, approximately 80% of company turnover comes from exports, particularly from emerging countries.