Over the past fifty years, Brevini has added to its client portfolio the names of prestigious international companies from various sectors of the industrial world that have chosen Brevini’s extremely reliable, high-quality power transmission components.
A Brevini Power Transmission gear unit was installed in the complex system that raised and lowered the huge stage used during the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
In 2008, Hollandia chose Brevini gear units to move the complex roof of the new Wembley stadium in London designed by renowned architect Norman Foster.
In the nautical world, Brevini gear units were installed on the Queen Mary 2 and on the Maltese Falcon mega yacht, one of the world’s most beautiful ships that cost over 120 million dollars and was launched by the Perini Navi shipyards in 2006.
The list of special applications includes gear units for the Turin subway system, the Lantau Island cableway of Hong Kong, Shanghai’s first subway line, the mobile bridge over the Seine River, the cranes in the Antwerp Harbor, the passenger tunnel conveyor system in Seoul Airport, the new Corinth Canal, the rides in the famous Prater Park of Vienna, and the stage of the Goteborg Opera House.
The Moses system, which will protect Venice from the rising tides starting in 2014, and the two new sets of Panama Canal locks will also move thanks to Brevini gear units.
More and more frequently, the classic “client-supplier” relationship has transformed into a close-knit cooperation that becomes a real partnership, starting from the design to the construction and installation of our products in large industrial systems and on self-propelled machinery.
International clients are directly assisted by Brevini’s network of branches, which is available around the clock to optimize the performance of integrated solutions that are the result of “cooperative” engineering.