Abous us

Abous us

The Barni tale is told

Barni was established in 1969 in Morbegno, near Lake Como, originating from a great passion for industrial mechanics.

Production initially focuses on turned and milled parts for major local companies, but the continuous desire to improve and entrepreneurial mindset result in rapid company growth, thereby expanding its range of services and gaining the full consent of a wide variety of clientele.

In 1990, Barni becomes Officine Meccaniche Barni Srl. and becomes a partner of one of the most renowned producers of Italian lines, producing both lines as well as individual machinery.

The service offered is complete in every detail, from the purchase of materials to required processing work, all the way to full system assembly, ready for end-user testing.

The continuous desire to improve the property brings in a short time leads to the purchase of a landmark high-tech company located in Lombardia, that, in addition to large mechanical experience gained, represents a final leap in quality.

Today, while preserving all its traditional partners, Barni goes beyond the mere production of special machinery and equipment for metalworking, posing as an engineering company with high added value, able to propose and implement solutions that are technically advanced, flexible and versatile.

Today, the core business of the machinery company, Morbegno, consists of industrial plants for treating and processing flat rolled products wrapped in coils, and finishing machines for pipes with and without welding.


Our company is mainly engaged in the construction of machinery and plants in the steel industry.

  • Groups for rolling sheet metal mills, pipes, beams, rails and profiles;
  • Assembly line machines;
  • Decoilers and winders; coil loading and unloading carousels;
  • Loading and unloading cars; transport cars;
  • Systems for packaging finished products, coils, bars, pipes;
  • Robots for changes blades for slitter cutting lines;
  • Respooling coil lines;
  • Metal sheet flattening lines;
  • Sawing machines for cutting bars and trimming;
  • Tightening mandrels for pipe rolling mills;
  • Sanding and painting, heat and surface treatments;
  • Workshop assemblies complete with on-board systems for machines for hydraulic, lubrication, pneumatic, cooling and electrical use;
  • Technical office equipped with all the necessary tools for developing drawings, performing calculations, feasibility studies and detailed engineering for plants and machinery.