Carraro Group

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Carraro is a global leader in highly efficient and eco-friendly power transmission systems, with a consolidated turnover of over 594 million Euro in 2016. Carraro Drive Tech, specialised in: Transmission systems (axles, transmissions and drives) for construction equipment, agricultural tractors, fork-lift trucks, light commercial vehicles, mining applications, automobiles and stationary applications (such as escalators).

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