TEXA operates virtually all over the world through an extensive distribution network. In Spain, France, Great Britain, Germany, Brazil, the United States, Poland and Russia, TEXA markets its products directly through its own subsidiaries. TEXA employs some 600 people around the world, including over 100 engineers and specialists working in Research and Development. All TEXA tools are designed, engineered and built in Italy, using modern automated production lines, a guarantee of maximum precision.
TEXA has won many international awards over the years. In 2009 TEXA won the Gold Trophy at “Les Grands Prix Internationaux de l'Innovation Automobile” in Paris. In 2011 TEXA won the “Galeria de Innovacion” trophy at the Motortec exhibition in Madrid. In 2011, the President of the Italian Republic, Giorgio Napolitano, presented TEXA’s founder and CEO, Bruno Vianello, with the national award reserved for Italy’s most innovative company. In 2014 TEXA repeated its 2010 success at Frankfurt, when it won the prestigious Automechanika Innovation Award in two separate categories. The company also won the Autotrade Expo Innovation Award in Dublin. In 2015, MIT Technology Review classed TEXA as one of the ten most “disruptive” companies in Italy.