Heavy Clay

Later Meccanica expands company management


Later Meccanica is continuing the process of expansion that since 1984 has enabled it to gain 600 customers in 21 countries worldwide.

The company based in Loreto Aprutino (Pescara) specialising in the reconditioning and supply of industrial machinery recently expanded its management team with the arrival of Antonella Di Tonno, daughter of the owner Alfredo Di Tonno, and Rodrigo Redmont.

Antonella Di Tonno, who was born in 1980 and has a degree in Communication, has been placed in charge of finance and management control.

Rodrigo Redmont, who was born in 1973 and studied for a degree in Business and Economics in the United States before gaining twenty years of experience in foreign trade, joined the company with the task of strengthening the Later Meccanica brand worldwide and opening up new markets.

For this purpose, Later Meccanica will be present for the first time at Ceramitec in Munich (Hall B5 – Stand 231/332), where as well as meeting historic partners it will have the chance to establish new collaborations. The company will be taking part in the exhibition alongside Meccanica 2P, Filiere Fazzini and Metalcrom, with which it shares commercial relations and market investments. The alliance will also see future developments such as the sharing of technology and know-how.

Later Meccanica offers more than 90 different models of reconditioned Bedeschi, Bongioanni and Morando brand machines for clay preparation, grinding and shaping (box feeders, pan mills, lump breakers, clay selectors, roller mills, mixers and de-airing extruders).