2017: Agrati Group launches a new technical and R&D Center in the North America
2016: Agrati Group acquires Continental Midland Group (CMG) a leading North America engineered fastener company.
2016: YAF: phase three expansion has been completed improving the productive capacity
2016: Creation of the new R&D Tech Centre in Veduggio
2015: Agrati USA Corporation was born
2015: Agrati FSP: New Logistic center in Verona
2015: Agrati France: New Logistic center in Val Guiers
2012: YAF: phase 2 has been completed with creation of New Building of 6.000sqm
2010: Acquisition of 4 Acument plants in France
2009: New Logistic center in Trezzo sull’Adda
2008: Agrati University’s creation
2005: YAF (Yantai Agrati Fasteners) Foundation in Shandong area (People’s Republic of China)
2003: CVB Acquisition in Tronzano Vercellese
2002: New Technical Building was created in Veduggio
2001/04: All Italian legal entities merge under Agrati Spa and Agrati Group Fastening Systems was created
1999: Further increase of special production for automotive customers
1990: Raw materials preparation and heat treatments were centralised.
1989: Expansion in Agrati’s production volume. The 25.373 tons produced in 1979 increased to 44.526 in 1989.
1985: Installation of a large automatic warehouse with a capacity of 12,000 pallet places.
1983: Heat treatment capability was improved with the purchase of new furnaces of continuous line cycle that gradually replaced the old furnaces designed at Veduggio.
1974: Attrezzerie Adda has been created in order to manufacture tooling for all Agrati plants.
1962: Saddle production began during the Fifties involving new customers as Alfa Romeo, Moto Guzzi, Garelli, Lancia, OM, but it was stopped in 1962 due to the market contraction.
1960: Screw sector was strengthened with a new series of fast and 4 stations cold forging. This year was strong even for the nut sector.
1959: URAMA SIMMONDS was founded by Agrati and Simmonds, a leading French company in the production of self-locking ring nuts.
1949: Agrati started to produce saddles in a department ad-hoc that kept the brand name Prestigio for ten years.
1939: Agrati in the early Forties was a small mechanical engineering company. In its first years of activity, screw and bolt production was limited to woodscrews, articles for carpentry parts and rod linkages.