OLI is the world’s top selling manufacturer of Electric and Pneumatic Vibrators.
The high level of customer service is guaranteed by 18 OLI Trading Subsidiaries, 36+ local warehouses and 3 manufacturing plants worldwide.
WHEN YOU NEED IT, WHERE YOU NEED IT
The key centrepiece of OLI’s business strategy is rapid stock delivery, any time, any place in the world.
OLI’s business approach is shaped by efficient teamwork and strong internationalisation, with a large number of manufacturing facilities and trading subsidiaries located all over the world.
The OLI’s business objectives are achieved through the efforts of its global network of partners. Modena, in Italy, is the headquarters where we develop all core strategies and products. Here the advanced planning management offers customers availability of stocked items virtually everywhere.
OLI’s paramount objective is to establish a mutually beneficial relationship with our customers, who are a key influence in shaping the company’s business model. Meeting the customers’ needs is a priority, achieving a trustful partnership is the reward.
OLI combines innovation, performance and reliability by adapting to the ever-changing market with competitive, high quality products for wide-ranging applications.
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