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TEXA was founded in 1992 by Bruno Vianello and Manuele Cavalli. Originally focused on the production of electronic diagnostic tools for cars alone, over the years TEXA has introduced lines dedicated to the tools for the analysis of exhaust gases, air conditioning recharging stations for vehicles and the revolutionary tele-diagnosis.
Starting from cars, TEXA has then extended its coverage to Trucks, motorcycles, agricultural vehicles and marine thrusters. All TEXA products are designed and manufactured in Italy, in the new and fully-automated plant located in Monastier di Treviso.
TEXA is a consolidated and respected name on all five continents, and has an extensive network of around 500 distributors.TEXA is a profitable and ethical company, with a clear and lasting commitment to innovation and to the development of new solutions.
TEXA develops solutions for all types of vehicle: cars, bikes, quads, commercial and industrial vehicles, agricultural vehicles and boats.
Continuous updating has meant that TEXA’s databases provide truly extensive coverage, and caters for 230 different makes and over 300,000 models of car, bike, van, truck, bus, agricultural vehicle and marine engine.TEXA’s offer is by far the most complete on the market for multi-brand garages.
TEXA offers: tools for diagnostics, exhaust gas analysis, A/C system maintenance and remote diagnostics; diagnostic software with vehicle databases and detailed technical information that can be updated on-line; technical training for mechanics and technical school students; telephone call centres and support services for on-line repairs.
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