We are excited to announce the newly established share partnership between Sokol Engineering and AWM Spa


“We share with AWM the same drive for innovation” states Mr. Sokol Haxhiaj, CEO of Sokol Engineering “and through this partnership we bring to our company a production base tailor made for our machines: AWM holds a solid reputation in the wire processing business and can count on a highly skilled team of engineers to provide manufacturing, service and assistance”. 

 “Joining forces with Sokol Engineering means strengthening our position in the cold rolling and stretching business by offering state-of-the-art technology” points out Roberto Bernardinis from AWM’s Board. 


AWM and Sokol Engineering will share a common growth strategy, fully cooperating for operations and service matters.


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In 2017 AWM inaugurated an exciting partnership with the German company PEDAX GmbH for the marketing, sales and service of HEXA, the last generation of rotor straightening, cutting and bending machines.


PEDAX is a global market leader in the processing of reinforcing steel thanks to its wide range of machines and plants serving clients worldwide. PEDAX’s array of products includes: 

-          Automatic stirrup bending machines

-          Shearing machines

-          Bending machines

-          Shearlines

-          Automatic welding machines for pile cages

-          Transport systems


Further information about our new partner is available on the website


Since 2009 A.W.M. has broaden its horizon thanks to the cooperation with the Greek-based Sidenor Group, which has become a strategic shareholder of the company. 

 Having a steel producer and steel processor as shareholder implies for AWM the chance to test its products first hand and receive continuous feedback from the final user.


Additionally, AWM has worked closely with Sidenor’s subsidiary Praksys, a civil engineering company, to develop various versions of automatic prefabrication systems. The latest technology, patented under the Greek name Synthesis TM, was an immediate success in the Greek reinforcing steel market following its launch in 2010 and was further expanded through installations in the Middle East, South East Asia and  Australia. 


 More information about Sidenor can be found at

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