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Oerlikon Graziano enters into a long-term agreement and reinforced cooperation with GIMA

Expanded collaboration between Oerlikon Segment Drive Systems and GIMA

Pfäffikon SZ (Switzerland), Rivoli (Italy) – 6th November 2013 – Oerlikon’s Drive Systems’ Graziano business unit has signed a double-digit million Euro Long Term Agreement with GIMA, a leader in the agricultural equipment market. The contract expands the business between the two companies through 2016. “This is an excellent way to celebrate our thirty year partnership with GIMA”, said Paolo Ramadori, Chairman and Managing Director of Oerlikon Graziano SpA.

GIMA is a joint venture between AGCO and Claas Tractor SAS which designs and manufactures products for agricultural equipment.  Located in Beauvais, France, GIMA employs some 1,200 people dedicated to the design, development, production and assembly of transmissions and gearboxes used in a variety of brands including AGCO Corporation’s globally recognized Massey Ferguson and Claas tractors.

The relationship between Oerlikon Graziano and GIMA dates back more than thirty years. Oerlikon Drive Systems is a major supplier to GIMA providing a wide range of high quality engineered components used in their products such as Ring Gears, Bevel Sets, EBW (electro-beam welding) Clutches and Spur Gears. “Thanks to our technological know-how we are supporting GIMA’s Engineering Department in the development of products that will reshape the future of agricultural equipment”, said Paolo Ramadori. Under the new agreement, Oerlikon and GIMA will jointly develop new products integrating a variety of Oerlikon technologies, such as Graziano Shifting Solutions™, for manufacture around the world.

The long-term agreement and cooperation is of tremendous benefit to Oerlikon, GIMA and GIMA’s customers. Oerlikon will deliver high-quality, high-performance products which boost end-product efficiency, for GIMA’s customers around the world.

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