1943

Giuseppe Barcella founded “Mobili Barcella”, a company specialized in wooden furniture.

1947

Mobili Barcella specializes in the production of wooden cabinets for industrial radios.

1969

BM was founded to support “Mobili Barcella” in the production of wooden cabinet for TV and loudspeakers.

1972

BM starts the production of thermoplastic goods through injection molding. In the picture, the first OLIVETTI typing machine completely produced with semi expanded plastic.

1976

BM develops the back-pression technology for injection molding.

1988

BM begins to produce TV cabinet through the gas-assisted technology.

1997

BM opens a new production plant in Poland (BM Polska).

1998

BM opens a new production plant in Mexico (BM Mexico).

1998

BM signs a collaboration agreement with “Pastore di Amazonia” (Brazil).

2001

BM opens a new technical office (BM Technologies) in the USA (El Paso).

2003

BM opens an office in China (BM China) for the management and the acquisition of molding tools from the local suppliers’ network.

2006

BM doubles BM Mexico, through the opening of a new production plant dedicated to the high aesthetic value products.

2007

BM equips its own presses with the innovative technology of the RHCM (Rapid Heat Cycle Molding).

2008

BM begins to work in the automotive lighting sector thanks to its high know-how in product with high aesthetic value.

2011

BM begins to work with one of the biggest automotive manufacturers in the world.

2014

BM reinforces its engineering department and creates "BM Entwicklung" (BME)

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HISTORY


Giuseppe Barcella founded "Mobili Barcella" in the late '50s, a company specialized in the production of wooden furniture for the radio industry. In the first '60s BM started to produce thermoplastic components and, at the end of '90s BM become a global supplier opening of production plant in Poland and Mexico. The wood division was closed in 2000 and from this moment BM is completly involved to plastic injection moulding. Innovative technologies are begin to use, both in moulding process (for example with the RHCM technology) that in the automation of production lines. In 2011 BM enters the automotive sector, which now covers 50% of turnover.

MISSION


The goal of BM is to provide and develop the entire supply chain of the product, with experience and dedication, offering the best cooperation for the design of new product and processes according to the customer's needs. The research of new materials and molding technologies allow BM to remains competitive, offering to the customer new opportunities of development. The worldwide presence of BM guarantees the ooportunity to buy low cost tools and to produce in low labor-cost areas.