Since 1979 Jobs has been producing 3/5-axis high-power & high-speed machines and automated milling systems which are employed worldwide by the most advanced manufacturing industries for ultra high-tech machining.
Jobs exports 70% of its production to the most industrialised countries and its site employs approx. 170 people.
Jobs is a benchmark company in the field of high-performance machining in the aerospace, automotive, general engineering and energy fields. Thanks to the use of the most advanced design, production and quality control technologies, Jobs products ensure top performances in the sector.
A wide network of BRANCHES and SERVICE CENTRES guarantees an efficient support to the customers for all sales, technological and maintenance requirements.
With the aim of strengthening its proposal capacity in the milling field, Jobs, at the end of 2009, took over the activities of Sachman, a company manufacturing horizontal/vertical milling centres with production headquarters in Reggio Emilia - definitively transferred to Piacenza in 2014.
As from 1st January 2014 also all production, technical, commercial and after-sales service activities of Rambaudi brand have been moved from its headquarters in Rivoli (TO) to Jobs premises.
In January 2012 Jobs acquired the majority shareholding of Sigma Technology, a long-established company in the vertical machining centre industry and, as from 1st January 2015, all its production, technical, commercial and after-sales service activities have been transferred from Vigevano (PV) to the Piacenza headquarters.
Since 2012 Jobs also hosts FFG Distribution, the organization that deals with the distribution of FFG Group Taiwanese products in Italy, in particular Feeler and Leadwell brands.