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New name and new appointment for Camozzi

Shaun Carpenter

Appointment of industry stalwart as company name change reflects expanding service and expertise

CAMOZZI Pneumatics Ltd have changed their name to Camozzi Automation Ltd, reflecting the company’s expansion into several new specialist areas, and have appointed a new key account manager for the South and South East.

Camozzi began as suppliers of pneumatic components more than 50 years ago but in recent years the Group has expanded its portfolio to include an array of complementary products and technologies aimed at serving a wide range of customers in the industrial automation market place.

Camozzi Automation Ltd’s managing director, Adrian Farnham, said: ‘These are exciting times for Camozzi as we continue to diversify our product range, move into new sectors, increase our capabilities and invest in new products, personnel and resources.

‘The new company name captures the broadening of our portfolio of solutions, which has now expanded far beyond just pneumatics.’

The company’s logo has also been updated to mark the change of name, but retains the ‘three C’s’ element, denoting the three founding Camozzi brothers, Attilio, Luigi and Geromino.

In addition, Camozzi Automation Ltd will benefit from more than 30 years’ pneumatics industry experience following the appointment of Shaun Carpenter as their new key account manager for the South and South East.

‘Recruiting Shaun is a major coup for Camozzi and his wealth of industry experience will make him a major asset to our fast-expanding team,’ said Mr Farnham. ‘He will play a pivotal role in helping us reach even more potential customers as we introduce our product offering into new sectors.’  

Commenting on his new role, Mr Carpenter (pictured) said: ‘I’m really excited to be joining such a vibrant and forward-thinking company, and can see a vast amount of opportunities ahead as Camozzi branch out into new industry sectors.’

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