WHO WE ARE

After more than 30 years in the glass machinery industry and collaborations with the main glass manufacturers, Turomas has become a benchmark in Smart Glass Storage, Loading and Cutting equipment.

From our production facilities located in Spain, our team designs, manufactures, codes, assembles and tests all the components of our machines to assure a total quality control. Reliability, security, performance and precision are key for our customers.

QUALITY AND INNOVATION

The glass storage and cutting area is the core of any glass processor’s business. Correct planning of workflow, current volume and growth expectations are critical to devising a production without bottlenecks and flexible enough to meet current and future needs. After all, the success of our customers is also our success.

GLOBAL
PRESENCE

Over the years, we have built up strong partnerships with our sales network to ensure fast and efficient service to all our customers around the world.

TIMELINE

1985

Founding of the company.
First monolithic glass cutting machine.

1989

First laminated glass cutting machine.

1992

Internationalization process begins.

1994

Development of Turomas’ own numerical control.

1995

First automatic aerial loader.

1998

First attendance at the Glasstec as an exhibitor.

2000

Development of the first machine in the world with linear motor technology.

2002

Creation of the mechanisation division.

2004

Creation of the TUROMAS logistics centre.

2007

Development of TFS advanced planimetry system. 

2008

Development of TFS advanced planimetry system. 

2013

Development of the low-e glass with plastic protection edge deletion technology.

2014

Presence in more than 100 countries.

2015

Installation of the first automatic line for 12 meter glass.

2016

Opening of South America (Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo) delegations.

2017

Creation of Turomas Holding Group.
New product range for integral solutions in storage, loading and cutting.

2018

Inauguration of the research and technological innovation centre for the glass sector.