The greatest resource of TSM is its history
The family business goes as far back as 1882, in an artisan workshop close to Francenigo (province of Treviso, Italy) where the first agricultural implements were made. A river ensured the necessary energy to the functioning of the forge and the hammer, indispensable for the manufacture of iron, still existing and working equipment in the old factory, nowadays museum. At the end of the Second World War, it begins the production itself under the Moro brand, under the direction of the three brothers Ugo, Enrico and Domenico Moro. The traditional agriculture implements afterwards became trailers, agricultural plows, manure spreaders and tanker trailers. In 1955, also the production of vacuum pumps begins. In the ‘60 in coincidence with the urban development and the agricultural crisis, the company lays the foundations for the production of tankers and sewer equipment, industrialized in the new premises in Fiume Veneto.
In the following years, with the evolution of the product and the creation of new divisions, the company, which has become Moro Group, starts the design and manufacture of equipment for urban cleaning, and waste collecting vehicles, consolidating the position as Europe's leading manufacturer of industrial cleaning machines. With the subsequent establishment of TSM (acronym for Technological Systems by Moro) our family, now in its fifth generation, is pursuing with passion a tradition that has lasted for over a century, producing electric vehicles for the municipal cleaning and industrial cleaning machines. The product portfolio therefore consists of two complete and distinct lines of indoor and outdoor machines, for industrial and commercial cleaning and urban hygiene. The indoor line includes floor auto-scrubbers, sweepers, vacuum cleaners, carpet cleaners, steam generators and single disk machines; while within the urban cleaning vehicles there are eco-friendly and with zero CO2 emissions machines, such as the urban waste vacuum cleaner and compact road sweepers.