OSAI, a company specialised in numerical control since 1957, started within the machine tool division of Olivetti and gradually expanded its activity into the international market.
Over time, the group created closer links with Allen Bradley/Rockwell, the American leader in industrial automation, until it became a part of the Rockwell Group and changed its name and logo into Rockwell.
In 1997 OSAI split from Rockwell and returned to being an independent company, specialised in numerical control and automation systems.
OSAI Continued to build on the previous success, with steady growth over the next ten years. In 2007 OSAI was acquired by the major Italian electronics manufacturer PRIMA ELECTRO S.p.A. and has now become one of the major worldwide CNC and automation system providers.
OSAI’s success comes from a combination of high-tech products and a sales and support organisation which is capable of managing the most demanding applications. This capability results partly from its long history in the market, but also from the traditional attitude of its organisation, trained not only to react quickly to customer needs, but to anticipate market requirements.