Elevators

Crane &
Industry

Infrastructure

Mining

Fishing

Oil
& gas

Cableway

General
purpose

Elevators

Crane &
Industry

General industry

Overhead crane

Load hoist

Civil construction

Tower crane

Load hoist

Boom hoist rope

Piling

Hammerhead crane

Engineering & construction

Crawler crane

Load hoist

Boom hoist rope

Mobile crane

Load hoist

Infrastructure

Mining

Fishing

Seining fishing

Purse line

Aquiculture

Mooring

General purposes

Winches/Slings

General
purpose

Four-strand rope

Pulling hoist

Six-strand rope

General purpose

Rotation resistant

Cranes

Trajectory

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1949

First workshop with wire drawing machines, handed by Italo Percossi at his home.

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1950

Manufacture of the first multiple drawing machines.

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1961

First factory expansion.

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1963

Juan Percossi assumes IPH´s management.

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1965

Beginning of steel wire rope’s production.

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1966

A new warehouse is built and the first closing machine is installed, which allows reaching 20mm steel wire ropes.

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1970

Production of the first galvanizing and patenting furnace.

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1974

Building of Sheds and machines to enable the manufacture of steel wire ropes up to 2 inches for oil markets, mining and cranes.

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1983

Acquisition of San Miguel’s plant with 40,000m2 of land. A new galvanizing and patenting furnace is built.

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1991

The first subsidiary opens in San Pablo, Brazil.

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1999

General centralization at San Miguel’s plant.

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2000

Installation of new technologies in galvanizing furnace to grow in product range.

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2001

Export growth in the outland markets. Entrance of the family’s 3rd generation.

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2005

Purchase of 56hs of land for the opening of a new IPH plant at Bella Vista.

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2007

New logistics center, including new slings and cut to length facilities, and start up of a new wooden reels manufacturing plant. Incorporation of machinery for expansion of capacity for high technology products.

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2011

Approval of Shovel Mining Cables.

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2012

Opening of new plant at Itapevi, San Pablo, Brazil.

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2013

Strong presence in niche markets.

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2015

Release of the Bella Vista‘s Public-Private Industrial Planned Sector, with 56ha.

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2016

Increase of production capacity with machines that allow the manufacture of single length steel wire ropes up to 100 ton.