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History

Late 19th century

Three pioneers of the Italian industry are born: Edison (1883), Montecatini (1888) and Fiat (1889), industrial groups whose engineering divisions are at the core of the current Maire Tecnimont Group.

1940s - 1950s

In the Netherlands and India, the companies Stamicarbon (1947) and ICB (1958) are born, with important technological and engineering skills.

1963

Giulio Natta wins the Chemistry Nobel Prize for the invention of polypropylene, thanks to the collaboration between the Polytechnic of Milan and Montecatini.

1971 - 1973

The Italian engineering companies Selas Italia (1971) are born. Later on, they would become KTI, Fiat Engineering (1972), formerly the Fiat group's Building and Plant service; and Tecnimont (1973) inside the Montedison Group.

1983 - 2003 

Fabrizio Di Amato launches his entrepreneurial project. Over the years, through a process of internal growth and acquisitions, the Maire Group is consolidated.

2004 - 2007

Maire makes key acquisitions: Fiat Engineering (2004) and Tecnimont (2005), thus consolidating the Maire Tecnimont Group, that was listed on the Milan Stock Exchange since November 2007.

2008 - 2010

The Group expands internationally, completing the acquisition of Tecnimont ICB in India (2008), the Dutch company Stamicarbon (2009), and Technip KTI (2010), today KT - Kinetics Technology.

2011 - 2015

The Group's turnaround: parallel to the recapitalization, the Top Management is reorganized, and a business repositioning plan is launched together with a deleveraging program.

2016 - 2018

A new phase for business growth: the Group opts for a technology-driven strategy in the field of hydrocarbon transformation, while gradually adopting renewable energy production and green chemistry.

Last update: 21/08/2018 13:20