Ferrari Industrieventilatoren is the German sales subsidiary of Ferrari Ventilatori Industriali S.p.A., the leading Italian supplier of industrial fans. Based in Arzignano in the province of Vicenza in Northern Italy, the company produces more than 25,000 fans annually.
“Since 2017, we have been owned by Soler & Palau Ventilation Group, a globally operating, Spanish manufacturer of fans, ventilation systems and air treatment and heat recovery units for residential, industrial, commercial and public buildings,” explains Klaus Günther, Managing Director of Ferrari’s sales and service operation in Southern Germany. “It is a perfect match. The acquisition enabled Soler & Palau to round off its product portfolio, and we got access to its international distribution network and global presence.”
Established in 1960, Ferrari has almost 60 years of technical expertise in designing and manufacturing customer-specific fans for a wide diversity of industrial sectors ranging from paper, cement, steel and textile plants to filtering, dedusting, agricultural and marine applications.
“Every application has its specific requirements: pressure, volume, operating temperature and several other factors,” says Mr. Günther. “This is why every fan is individually customized to guarantee optimum performance and efficiency.”
Ferrari offers centrifugal fans, axial fans and built-in fans in carbon, corten and stainless steel. The company is especially strong in high-pressure and high-temperature fans as well as low-noise solutions. Ferrari Industrieventilatoren GmbH is responsible for Germany and selected customers in the German-speaking parts of Switzerland.
“Many of our products, though, go to the international market as part of our customers’ plants and installations,” states Mr. Günther. “The fans we make are integral components of larger systems and essential for their proper functioning.”
To further grow its position in the German-speaking countries and get even closer to its customers, Ferrari Industrieventilatoren GmbH plans to open a branch office in North Rhine-Westphalia. “We are also going to expand our technical support services and logistics services, including just-in-time delivery,” concludes Mr. Günther.