As the company was set up in 1967 its main production line was wood furniture.
1980 – 2000
The company starts producing and assembling rail fittings and equipment and begins to manufacture aluminum components for the rail sector.
Finally yet importantly, it equips itself with its first CNC machine.
2001 – 2008
After Ansaldobreda’s decision to outsource the tram production, Rustici decides to take part in a new consortium, together with other local companies, to manufacture and test low-floor trams. At the same time, Rustici gets a certification according to UNI EN ISO 9001.2000.
The company integrates aluminum component machining with welding, in order to provide complete products, and keeps on improving itself, getting therefore further certifications according to UNI EN ISO 3834-2 and EN ISO 15085-2 CL1.
The company moves to its new seat in Montale (Pistoia, Tuscany).
The dimensions and characteristics of the new seat as well as significant investments lead to a further development of welding and machining activities and therefore to new important orders by big companies such as Ansaldobreda and Siemens.
The company also gets orders for train revamping and low-floor tram assembly and keeps on developing the production of interiors.