History.

2020
OMER opens Plant B

With an investment of approximately 9 million euros, OMER increases its production capacity by opening Plant B, also known as World Class Factory, consisting of a total area of approximately 59,000 square meters (21,500 of which are covered).

 

2017
OMER North America is established

Omer sets up its subsidiary Omer NA and settles in Sterling Heights (Michigan, Detroit Area, USA) on a 3,000 square meter site, from where it support one of its main customers in the production of trains for the North American market.

2017
Launch of the ForTrain Project

Forming at controlled temperatures.

2016
OMER obtains the DIN 6701 certification

 for adhesive bonding procedures.

2015
OMER opens Plant A2

with a covered floor area of 4,800 square meters.

2015
Siemens Mobility qualification
2014
First OMER deliveries to Australia
2013
OMER receives the <a href="/company/certifications/#iris"><strong>IRIS</strong></a> certification
Thanks to its high quality standards, OMER obtains the IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard) quality certification, which specifically targets companies operating in the rail sector.
2011
OMER acquires its first direct contract abroad
2011
OMER obtains the EN 15085-2: 2008 certification
2010
Bombardier Transportation qualification
2008
Establishment of the 3I Consortium and growth of market shares
2007
Alstom Transportation qualification
2006
OMER begins the cold forming of aluminum
2005
The Design & Engineering department is established

 and the development of 3D solid models launched.

2005
OMER obtains the ISO 3834-2: 2005 certification

 for the fusion welding process.

2003
Plant A1 doubles its production capacity
2003
OMER obtains the ISO 14001 certification

for the design and construction of metal and non-metallic components and light alloy furniture kits for railway rolling stock.

2000
OMER opens Plant A1

with a covered floor area of 3,500 square meters.

1999
OMER obtains the ISO 9001 certification

for the design and construction of interior furnishings, lighting systems, air ducts, (side, lower, upper) fairings, doors, windows, stairs and substructures for railway rolling stock.

1997
100% aluminum interiors

OMER signs its first contract for the production of interiors entirely made of aluminum.

1992
OMER enters the rail market

signing its first domestic rail contract.

1990
Officine Meccaniche Russello O.M.E.R. is established

and begins the production of aluminum components for road vehicles.