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Founded Year

1979

Stage

IPO | IPO

Date of IPO

5/5/2021

Market Cap

0.43B

Stock Price

3.24

About SECO

SECO is a company that focuses on the development and manufacturing of cutting-edge technological solutions, operating within the industrial automation and Internet of Things (IoT) sectors. The company offers a range of products and services including miniaturized computers, fully customized integrated systems, and solutions for edge computing, IoT, and artificial intelligence. SECO primarily serves sectors such as medical, industrial automation, aerospace and defense, fitness, and vending. It was founded in 1979 and is based in Arezzo, Italy.

Headquarters Location

Via A. Grandi 20

Arezzo, 52100,

Italy

39 0575 26979

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SECO Patents

SECO has filed 188 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • dielectrics
  • sewing
  • sewing machine brands
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/20/2022

9/5/2023

Thermoplastics, Sewing machine brands, Sewing, Dielectrics, Organic polymers

Grant

Application Date

12/20/2022

Grant Date

9/5/2023

Title

Related Topics

Thermoplastics, Sewing machine brands, Sewing, Dielectrics, Organic polymers

Status

Grant

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The prosecutor’s office declined to say if SECO had referred any cases to it for investigation but said that it will initiate an investigation only if an application has been submitted. Switzerland, long a magnet for Russian oligarch riches and a commodity-trading hub, has faced criticism for not being tough enough in enforcing European Union sanctions or chasing down rogue Russian money. The Swiss city of Zug is also a hub for metals-trading and at the time of the 2022 invasion, at least 40 Russian firms had a presence there. Read more: Russia Inc.’s Swiss Trading Hub Wrestles With ‘Dark Side’

SECO Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was SECO founded?

    SECO was founded in 1979.

  • Where is SECO's headquarters?

    SECO's headquarters is located at Via A. Grandi 20, Arezzo.

  • What is SECO's latest funding round?

    SECO's latest funding round is IPO.

  • Who are the investors of SECO?

    Investors of SECO include Fondo Italiano di Investimento.

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