Nice acquires ACM, a leading Italian player in the shutters and awnings automation sector

12 June 2018


Nice acquires ACM, a company based in Rome, providing automation solutions for shutters and awnings, thereby strengthening its position in the sun shade automation segment, confirming itself as one of the top players worldwide in terms of the wide variety of solutions offered.

Founded in the 1970s, in Pomezia, Rome, by the Lanzoni family with the aim of offering technical solutions at the cutting edge and the ability to enter new markets, ACM is a leading provider of solutions for the automation of roller shutters and awnings with 2017 turnover coming in at approximately Euro 17 million, mainly generated abroad, in more than 40 countries worldwide.

“Made in Italy” quality is an essential value for Nice: ACM offers a wide range of motors and accessories for international customers wishing to automate shutters and awnings using simple, customizable solutions that are designed and tested by qualified staff in the inhouse R&D Department and manufactured and assembled in Italy, at the Pomezia (Rome) plant, in accordance with the strictest quality standards.

Lauro Buoro, founder and Chairman of Nice S.p.A., commented: “This is an important step for the Group, which allows us to continue our growth both organic and through acquisitions in the Home & Building Automation sector. More specifically, this acquisition allows Nice to strengthen its position in the screen automation segment”.

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