• Together for the environment and saving energy The automotive industry continues to invest in research to develop increasingly green engines and vehicles, and we, who have always worked in this sector, must also do our part. Not only with our technological and production skills, which are aligned with the extraordinary evolution of the industry, but also with our personal habits, in our daily work and free time activities.

  • At Eurodies, we take our responsibility to create a fair and welcoming working environment seriously, and we show that commitment in deeds, not just in words. Our corporate culture promotes mutual respect for our colleagues, our customers, and anyone else we work with. This helps us maintain our sterling reputation, but more importantly, it helps us avoid wrongdoing.

  • The future of the global automotive industry revolves around electrical technology. While high production costs and end-of-life battery disposal are still unresolved issues, the good news is that...

  • Eurodies has been conducting research on friction jointing technology known as Friction Stir Welding (FSW) in collaboration with the Politecnico di Torino since 2020.

  • Starting this year, we’ve decided to support FAI, the National Trust for Italy, in its daily mission of protecting and enhancing Italy’s historical, artistic and landscape heritage. With this choice – aligned with SDG 11: “Sustainable Cities and Communities” of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development ...

  • Chichester, West Sussex, 23 June 2022. The world premiere of the BMW M3 Competition Touring at the Goodwood Festival of Speed was an event within the event, with the Duke of Richmond at the wheel and BMW CEO Frank van Meel at his side...

  • In any role and area of business, work can present situations that are difficult to interpret. Situations that we must face consciously and correctly.

  • This past November 15 th , we received the Premio Chiave a Stella 2021 award for the category of medium-sized companies in Piedmont. This award recognizes small and medium enterprises...

  • The future of the global automotive industry revolves around electrical technology. While high production costs and end-of-life battery disposal are still unresolved issues, the good news is that...

  • At Eurodies, we like challenges. So, as true enthusiasts, we were thrilled to be asked to spruce up perhaps the most iconic Alfa Romeo of the post-war period, the elegant Giulietta Sprint...

  • A roll-bar is a device that gives extra protection and is required to meet the safety standards for sports cars involved in racing competitions. In order to ensure the full functionality of its safety features, full custom design and construction skills are required, which Eurodies has developed into a special niche production, becoming part of the racing team...

  • Our assembly department occupies an area of 2000 square meters and has a robotic chamfering and edging area with four stations, a robotic island for the assembly of large sub-assemblies, two mobile units...

  • In the series of events marking the 70th anniversary of the company's foundation, Abarth held pride of place at Automotoretrò in Turin, where the first Fiat 500 Abarth – prepared by our restoration specialist...

  • Essen, Germany. This is where classic car enthusiasts return every year, to attend the Techno Classica, Europe's most important automobile and motorsport collector's fair. For the 2018 edition...

  • Saving energy and integrating resources that have less impact on the environment are priorities for Eurodies. In line with Goal 7 (affordable and clean energy) and Goal 9 (industry, innovation and infrastructure) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,...

  • Italy, along with Germany, is recognized as a leader in European manufacturing and a global reference for product quality. This involves not only the giants in the field...

  • Investing in increasingly advanced machines that improve both quality and productivity: a winning strategy. This is the theme at the heart of Mould & Die 2018, the workshop...