FAGOM founder, technical director and partner, can boast
decades of experience in the rubber sector.
After obtaining his degree in mechanics,
he began his career by working for six years at the
Montecatini research institute, dealing with EPM and EPDM
elastomers under the guidance of Prof. Giulio Natta, Nobel
laureate in chemistry.
In 1960 he took over the direction of the testing laboratory
Carbon Black Italiana—a joint venture between Philips
Petroleum USA and Ravenna-based ANIC, producing carbon
black for the rubber industry.
For PCBI, which now belongs to the German group DEGUSSA, he
then worked as a compounder and customer
service technician in Italy and abroad, intensively
studying the formulation of compounds for
various applications and the realization of industrial systems.
In 1982, he went into business for
himself, founding FAGOM.