The Bortolotti Group
The Bortolotti Group was founded by the Bortolotti family in 1970. The CEO is Umberto Bortolotti, son of Achille, brother of Cesare & Giuseppe Bortolotti, who prematurely passed away.
In the past they were participated in the italian oil business and for more than twenty years they have been the successfully owner of the local soccer team: The ATALANTA B.C..
This team still plays in the 1st soccer league in Italy.
Their main business now takes place in the production of several industrial seals and its delivery to their international customers, all over the world.
The Bortolotti Group companies consist of:
PRODEFLON SPA was established in 1978 and, thanks to its 19-year experience, it has been possible to consolidate its position as leading company in the field of PTFE and PTFE-transformation.
With more than 60 employers, Prodeflon carries on its activity on a 4000 m2 surface which, due to the new production area installed, it has been recently enlarged.
Teamplast is specialized on PTFE seals machines for hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power industries.
The flexibility of Teamplast production organization and machinery capability allows us within short delivery times to produce small or even large quantities.
Teamplast takes special care in quality and service. Teamplast observes a continuos monitoring process during the production to achieve the best quality and full tracebility. Teamplast has final dimensional and visual inspections. During the packaging & transportation they take intensive care to avoid deformed and damaged parts.
Dixon Resine S.p.a
Year 1961: Dixon Resine was born in Italy.
The only ambitious mission: To be identified by the market as the specialist in converting sophisticated polymeric materials into finished parts. Dixon Resine operates in the field of the most advanced polymeric materials, from fluoropolymers to high performance thermoplastic polymers.
The manufacturing unit of Sulbiate (Milan) takes care of the product design and development activities, the production of fluorocarbonic matrix materials for the manufacturing of basic shapes and finished parts.
Dixon Resine is also active in the field of special materials for tribological applications, based either on a fluorocarbonic matrix or on injection mouldable high performance polymers.