The Origins

TO CREATE A ONE-STOP PLAYER FOR THE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION MARKET, THE INDUSTRIAL GROUPS SADAS GROUP AND SEI SISTEMI HAVE ANNOUNCED A PLAN TO MERGE INTO A UNIFIED ORGANIZATION.

SADAS was established in 2005 by two founding members.

The mission of the new company was to offer expertise and know-how to customers in the Tissue business.

Soon, Sadas grew to become a major player in the electrification and automation of paper mills for the Tissue and Pulp & Paper industries.

Over the years, the company has expanded its market scope, addressing several sectors including Food & Beverage, Energy, Chemicals and Manufacturing.

Sadas have also gained international recognition and succeeded in expanding their horizons and customer portfolio, achieving excellent results that led to the creation of Sadas Group in 2018.

2005

Sadas SRL is established

2012

Opening of the new site in Marlia (Lucca)

2013

Acquisition of SIS (manufacturer of power cabinets)

2015

SPS (Sadas Plant Solution) is established, with a focus on industrial plant electrification

2016

Partnership with SEI Sistemi (System Integrator)
Opening and relocation into the new site in San Marco (Lucca)
Acquisition of Sedis (manufacturer of power cabinets)
Acquisition of Quote (system technique, measuring and process instrumentation)

Sei Sistemi is a holding with more than thirty years of experience in electronics and industrial automation.

Today, the company can build automation systems for different markets, including hot and cold metalworking, pulp and paper, plastic and rubber, engine test benches, research centers, renewable sources, metal wire drawing and manufacturing.

Sei Sistemi has a wide range of customers in many industries, with operations in Italy, Poland, the United Kingdom, Spain, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, Iran, India, China and Russia.

Started in 2016, the collaboration between Sadas Group and Sei Sistemi has now resulted into the decision to merge into a new player, based in Lucca, Tuscany, with the ambition to be the key reference in the Lucca region for industrial process automation in pulp and paper, metallurgy and alternative energy.

1991

SEI Sistemi SRL is established in Imola

1996

SIEI Peterlongo and CSI merge into SIEI Sistemi SRL

2008

SIEI Sistemi becomes SEI Sistemi in partnership with Gefran

2012

Opening of the site in Shanghai, China

2016

Partnership with Sadas Group

2020

Merging into Alsiter

Why Alsiter

Giuseppe Simonini, CEO di Sadas srl, commented the decision to create a new company:

"By joining the forces of Sadas Group and Sei Sistemi, we will create a big player of industrial automation in a district of excellence of the pulp and paper industry like Lucca, a new organization that can respond to the requirements of an ever-changing market. Sadas' flexibility and know-how, combined with Sei Sistemi's tailor-made approach and solid experience in all industrial and manufacturing sectors, will result into a new industry player with huge potential. We are ready to face the challenge and stand together to reach new objectives with one clear mission: meet customer requirements by working with passion and competence."

Giuseppe SimoniniCEO Sadas srl

Roberto Altieri, CEO di Sei Sistemi, said:

“This merger is the final step of close personal relationships and joint efforts deployed by both companies with strong determination over the past four years. It’s a strategic deal that we really believe can help us achieve a leading position in the most important industrial automation markets around the world.

Roberto AltieriCEO Sei Sistemi

BENEFITS

Coverage and service across the Italian territory

Capacity to handle complex projects through all development stages

Scale economies for product provisioning, to the benefit of customers first

Accurate installations executed by our skilled staff

Integrated project management with solid  skills and methods and significant reduction of time and costs

Capacity to respond to emergency with adequate skills and resources

ONE company for your industrial automation projects: from concept design to commissioning