OMP 1969
O.M.P. was established on January 10, 1966. At first, the Company started operating in the field of precision engineering producing water pumps, disc brake plates and patented shock absorbers for heavy vehicles.
In the early 70's the Company concentrated all its energies in the production of cooling water pumps for endothermic engines: target is to produce top quality products, which can fill in the gaps on the market during those years.

Thanks to its continuous efforts and increasing experience, between the end of the 70's and middle of the 80's O.M.P becomes supplier of several vehicle Producers such as Renault D.M.A. and Renault V.I. in France and Fiat Tractors, Allis Europe SPA and IVECO FIAT SPA in Italy for the Original Spare Parts Market.

OMP 1988

In 1988 the business relation with Ferrari for the supply of water pumps for high performance petrol cars begins. This is a significant turning point. During the same year, in order to meet the requirements of its several and important customers, O.M.P. also specializes in the production of oil pumps for engine lubrication and transmission.

Being the quality of the product a basic requirement for O.M.P., during the 90's the company first obtained UNI EN 29002/88 – ISO 9002/87 Quality Management System Certificate, then UNI EN ISO 9001/94 Certificate.

The steady growth of the company and the quality recognized by the automotive world, support the acquisition of new business for the production of first equipment pumps: the excellent qualitative results obtained with IVECO SPARE PARTS & FIAT TRACTORS, give O.M.P. the opportunity to supply Iveco engine production plants. Moreover, O.M.P. is contracted by DAF TRUCKS N.V. to develop a water pump and an oil pump for the various versions of the new MX engine, also becoming supplier for XEC & PEC engines water pumps.


During the 2000's O.M.P. becomes a company with great flexibility and competence: thanks to these capabilities, the production ranges among pumps for commercial vehicles, cars and motorcycles. Famous brands such as Lamborghini, BMW, Ducati, McLaren, MV Agusta, Lombardini and Sisu Diesel become O.M.P. customers, entrusting to us the development and production of more and more complex and performing components.
This is to underline our strong commitment not only with regard to road vehicles but also for the racing world: in fact, in 2003 the supply of water pumps for the DUCATI MOTOGP TEAM OFFICIAL starts, while in the Superbike world racing O.M.P. participates with BMW, DUCATI, MV AGUSTA E BIMOTA.

OMP panoramica

In consideration of the quick and steady increase of business, the company has built new production areas specific for assembly: in 2003 a 4500 sqm plant was built and covered with solar panels. This is for exclusive production of BMW petrol and diesel engines. Then, during 2006 and 2007 another 18000 sqm plant for assembly and shipment warehouse was built. Today the total area of the company is 32500 sqm.

In 2003, together with one of our most important customers, we have started developing a new product, called tandem pump, combining engine lubricating oil pump together with vacuum pump for the braking circuit.

As a result of evolving technologies and environmental regulations for the creation of more and more efficient low consumption engines, we started to develop our own concept of variable flow oil pump. We submitted this project to both our existing customers and to those who could be virtually interested.


After a long development and engineering phase on several petrol and diesel engines, we got our first order for mass production. Due to very strict regulations on emissions, the concept of variable flow oil pump is becoming more and more used for endothermic engines.

At the same time, we have been developing several projects for variable speed and/or variable flow water pumps, contributing to the reduction of emissions in the atmosphere.
Our big efforts for the realization of this project have paid off: the results obtained on final tests have been extremely satisfactory in terms of performance and reliability. Hence, mass production has finally started.