A Mechanical Engineer by education, Dino is active in the bakery business since 1992. Commissioned by then-famous companies Doge, Treemme and later Pietroberto, he developed equipment for every kind of bakery. In 2004 he stood at the forefront of the new machinery division of Mondial Forni, today converted into Artezen. Not only was he the lead designer, since the very beginning Dino managed the daily operations included manufacturing and after sales.
In 1992 Aram started his long career in the bakery industry as export manager in the newly opened East-European markets, soon expanded into Spain and Latin America. In 1998 he acquired a major share in the Daub group (Netherlands), where he developed the bakery division. This has since grown into a worldwide active supplier to artisan bakers and retail chains. In 2013 Aram retired from that company devoting himself to his passion for sailing and returning to business with Artezen.
In the seventies Bengt initiated a career in marketing of industrial equipment for the textile industry. Management functions in listed multinational companies followed, when in 2001 he was nominated Managing Director of Sveba-Dahlen (Sweden). In the decade that followed this group grew into one of the major suppliers to the baking industry. Since its sale in 2011 to an investor fund, Bengt is active as Board member and consultant to several Scandinavian companies.
A graduate of foreign languages and literature, Vania was properly introduced to the baking industry over ten years ago through her activities for export driven machine manufacturers such as VMI and Rondo. Not only does she understand the true needs of international customers, she is happy to communicate in English, French, Spanish and Russian. Recognised by many equipment distributors worldwide, Vania looks forward to continue serving the industry and act as the main contact point for Artezen’s clients.
After his graduation in industrial engineering, Francesco worked in several alimentary related industries acquiring a broad range of engineer skills and knowledge of food manufacturing in general. He became active in the bakery business in 2007 and actively contributed to Artezen’s current line of products. Francesco’s ambition is to continuously improve the machinery based on the experience and feedback of his customers, as well as inventing innovative solutions for bread production.
Guido is a graduate in electromechanical engineering and has worked in the baking industry since 1986. He was one of the pioneers of the machinery unit in Schio and designed the electrical systems of practically any product in the Artezen range. Today his main challenge is the programming of plc and steering modules to respond to the many additional features required by the market.