The company Cocci Luciano Srl was founded in 1978, its core business being in the mechanical constructions field. In 1983, it decided to implement a development plan, focusing resources in the construction of machinery and equipment for the full preparation and set up of bivalve molluscs (clams) fishing boats. The next step has directly led the company to the design and the construction of aquaculture systems and equipment (mussels farmed in the open sea in long-line) and the design and the construction of equipment and machinery for complete vessel establishments, vessels used in the mussels farming plants, thus naturally and optimally integrating the early company activities. Due to the progressive employment of qualified personnel and the continuous search for innovation (the basis of the company philosophy), further developments have been possible which have expanded the company activities in order to integrate the mussel fisheries and livestock production line: specifically, the design and the construction of system, equipment and machinery for shellfish processing and packing.

The development of solutions aimed primarily at satisfying the needs of an increasingly more qualified customer base, made possible for the company to be present not only on the Italian market, but also on the European markets (France, Spain, Holland, Germany, scandinavian countries, Greece, Albania, Croatia, Slovenia, etc..) and world markets (Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela, Mexico, Canada, United States, Australia, New Zealand, etc..). The company resides within a factory of approximately 6,000 square meters in which occur all construction activities, including the use of advanced technologies, backed by a technical department with several drawing and design stations. Sales department, purchasing department and spaces for customer reception are in the same site, and complete the services of the company.

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