Technology: We use the best and most advanced technologies that, together with our cross-industry expertise and vertical approach to die casting, enable us to create added value to the products commissioned by our customers thus meeting the highest standards in terms of innovation and quality.
Co-design: We cooperate with the customer in every step of the project, from the creative process to mass production in order to help our clients to improve ideas and products, to minimize risk, to save and innovate at the same time.
Mass production: We produce 60 million components every year, with 4.000 tons of zinc alloy processed. We believe that every project, as well as every product, is unique: we stand out for our ability to find solutions to improve the quality and performance of our industrial components in zinc alloy.
All of this is possible only thanks to our team: it is the skills and abilities of each of us that make it possible to turn ideas into products. We have created this section to let you know better who, day after day, builds our reality.
Read our stories and, if you are interested in working with us, please apply on our form here.
I have been working in Bruschi for about 20 years. When I started Marco and Silvio Bruschi were working together with us and our customers were mainly Italian.
Over time I have seen Bruschi growing up, evolving and changing: new technologies and new die casting machines have arrived, new departments for finishing and assembly has been established and, then, also Bruschi USA has born.
I believe that it is precisely the transformation and the continuous changes of this productive reality that make me love my work. In fact, it is difficult to feel boredom or even the passage of time in such a place.
During my 20+ years with the die casting industry, I have supported four different presidents as an Executive Assistant, supporting other departments as needed, and have since expanded my role into Purchasing as well, including MRO.
With Bruschi, I also get to expand my Purchasing knowledge into Project Buying, allowing me to continue to grow with the various solutions required to quote some of our new business opportunities, and providing me a closer connection with some of our suppliers.
Bruschi is a great company to grow and learn with.
Design has always been my passion and after the bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering I wanted to find a job that would allow me to put what I had studied into practice.
I discovered Bruschi, a productive reality that with the best and most cutting edge technologies of the industry, together with a vertical approach to die casting, is able to turn ideas into products.
I was immediately offered an apprenticeship contract and now I face every day design and productive challenges that allow me to test myself: every product is unique and it requires the development of dedicated, innovative and original solutions.
After almost a decade in industrial sales, I decided to make a shift my career to join the team at Bruschi USA as Human Resources.
I've always loved working withpeople and building relationships, and the field of HR is constantly growing and changing - the challenges that it offers are endless!
Even with its international presence, Bruschi offers the small-company family-feel that I love to be a part of and affords me many opportunities to grow professionally.
Bruschi has given me the opportunity to apply my education in Materials Engineering to determine how defects happen in parts during the die casting process and explore ways to prevent them.
Bruschi has experienced setup technicians and process engineers to lean on for knowledge and support. Through this, I feel as though I’ve started to blend academics and application in the manufacturing industry which I enjoy very much.
I thank God I was able to join the team at Bruschi.
In the last years of high school it is necessary to carry out a period of internship when you alternate school and work. I attend an accounting school and I wanted to try to work in the administration department of a company.
I did not have a clear idea about what I was supposed to do and, listening to the accounts of some schoolmates, I thought that I was mainly going to make photocopies. I was instead involved firsthand and I acquired skills and abilities that it is not possible to acquire at school.
The thing that surprised me the most has been the working environment, I did not think I would have found so many young people: I spent my lunch breaks with trainee and new recruits slightly older than me.