1976 went down in history as the year Steve Jobs and Steve Woziank founded Apple Computers. For us at MCT Italy, that same year marked a first milestone: our first batching plant sold abroad.
The first, in Morocco, was followed by two more in the same year, in Switzerland and Thailand, right near the famous River Kwai. Small steps, if we look at them with the eyes of today and those who have completed over 50 years of road, but great milestones in our journey.
Since then, in fact, the international vocation of our company has never failed: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, USA, France, Iceland, and many other places, with increasingly more complex and challenging installations and realizations.
The next, very important stage, in this path that leads us to leave the national borders, we then touch in 2007, with the opening of the MCT Group in the United States. Not only an opportunity for growth for MCT Italy, but also a way to be closer to a truly composite market, to know its needs and anticipate its demands.
Decisive was the visionary vision of our founder Lamberto: not only did he push us to always improve from a technological point of view, but he also intuited that openness to foreign markets could become a strong point.
There are so many stories that we have crossed, so many that we have lived and that have allowed us to be part of history; such as our presence in Baghdad, in the seventies, when the city was prosperous and growing strongly. A wonderful experience!
The direction traced in that period, and then carried forward in time by Andrea, has allowed us to face even particularly complex periods from the point of view of the global economy, difficult periods that have seen many realities struggle enormously. This propensity for openness has been decisive for us instead; today, in fact, and for over 10 years, MCT Italy boasts a network of contacts ranging from the Far East to the Americas, from Northern Europe to Australia. Limits? No, we don’t want to limit ourselves!