The transport sector has to tackle the challenges posed by climate change and air pollution. Through its
Research and Development activity, Brembo monitors the continuous evolution of the sector, directing research into the best braking system toward
solutions able to meet the challenges of the future such as electrification, autonomous driving and
Human capital represents the most important
strategic heritage for Brembo, which firmly believes that the
skills of each and every one constitute the real competitive advantage behind the Group’s ability to innovate and pursue excellence when manufacturing all its objectives.
Investments in tangible fixed assets made by the Group mainly concerned purchases of plant, machinery and equipment aimed both at increasing the level of automation of production and at constantly improving the mix and quality of the factories.
Brembo's reference market is represented by the most important manufacturers of cars, motorbikes, commercial vehicles and racing cars and motorbikes.
In 2022, Brembo’s consolidated
net sales amounted to €3,629 million, with a 30.7% increase compared to €2,778 million in 2021, of which 72.2% is represented by car applications, 13.1% by motorbikes applications, 9.7% by applications to industrial and commercial Vehicles, while the racing sector made up 4,5% of it.