Posted June 7, 2022

Bonomi North America moves North American headquarters

The Bonomi Group, a manufacturer of valves and flow control products, is nearly tripling the size of its North American headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Bonomi North AmericaBonomi North America Inc. is moving to a newly renovated 70,000 square foot building that will allow increased warehouse capacity, expanded valve automation capabilities and more office space, along with improved presentation facilities for product training.

Bonomi North America has been one of the fastest growing valve suppliers in North America for the past 19 years. The company was established in 2003 in a 3,500 square foot space in Rock Hill, South Carolina. About 4,000 square feet of warehouse was added in 2004. Bonomi purchased its current 25,000 square foot headquarters in Charlotte in 2014.

The need for an even larger home in just eight years has been driven by demand for the company’s high-quality valves, actuators, and automated valve packages. Sophisticated valve and actuator testing capabilities are planned for the new headquarters to support the growing North American market.

The Bonomi Group has also been aggressively acquiring additional companies to complement and expand its product offering, adding to the need for more U.S. warehouse space. Acquired companies include Ghibson Italia s.r.l., based in Italy, which specializes in butterfly and check valves, for various industrial applications; Penta s.r.l., also based in Italy, a producer of metal seated ball valves for critical operating conditions; and AVS AB – Automatik Ventiler System, based in Sweden, a supplier to industrial plants.

“Charlotte is the ideal location for us," said Alberto Malaguti, general manager of Bonomi North America. "It offers easy national and international transportation and the world-class setting a leader like Bonomi needs for continued growth. We build long-term relationships with our customers. Our new, larger headquarters here will enable us to meet our current and new customers’ needs, now and into the future.”