A reference point for companies in the energy sector for the offer of excellent services in the field of design, technical assistance for diesel power plants land and ships, for generators and motorcycle pumps.
T.E.Srl has an international experience of 40 years in the field of power generation: a real point of reference for companies in the energy sector for offering excellent services in the field of design, technical assistance for diesel power plants, for Generators and motorcycle pumps.
The Tessitore family has been operating since 1937 in the field of coal and oil products for urban heating. Over the years the company has constantly expanded its services, arriving in 1982 to found the current company name.
T.E. Tecnologie per l’Energia Srl (T.E. Srl) started working on diesel power plants powered by liquid fuels. The company operates with the awareness of carrying out an activity that allows the improvement of the quality of life, mainly in developing countries.
T.E. Srl is a dynamic company that works in the energy field internationally for all countries around the world for the main manufacturers of diesel engines and generators. The company mainly deals with special applications on new and used generators, speed regulators, electromechanical spare parts even obsolete, spare parts for generators, for gas engines, diesel and related electrical panels.
Driven by a total customer oriented philosophy, T.E. Srl is able to carry out orders all over the world, including ships and oil platforms, operating in any environmental condition to meet all customer needs: On September 30, 1992, it obtained from the Italian Ministry of Defence the NATO manufacturer code No. A5618.
The T.E. staff Srl is strictly selected according to the technical preparation, the desire for knowledge, the will to face real problems of the sector, the ability to establish constructive human relationships and especially their ability to bring innovative ideas. T.E. Srl also collaborates with voluntary organizations in African countries,
South-American and South-East Asia on projects involving the construction of power stations, but also the involvement and training of local technicians.