Our History

1951

Foundation of DOMINO in Cassago Brianza (Lecco) by Cav. Gaspare "Rino" Bertini and his wife Cav. Alma Cazzaniga. DOMINO started out as a company manufacturing gears, brake and clutch cables.

1955

Production of the very first grip controllers, 3-speed gears and throttles. Mass production start of the first levers and lever brackets and, in just a few years, takes DOMINO to achieve a leadership position in Europe in the design and manufacturing of brake and clutch levers and lever brackets, assembled levers, throttles and electric switches.

1976

Construction of a new industrial site at Sirtori (Lecco) to which the plant equipment, production and offices are all transferred.

Marco and Paolo Bertini (Rino and Alma's sons) join the company.

1985

Domino introduces steel and aluminium grips to its range of products.

1990

Domino gains TÜV certification.

1991

Acquisition of TOMMASELLI, a firm with a renowned brand, founded in 1930 on the outskirts of Turin. TOMMASELLI is specialised in the manufacturing of handlebars, half-handlebars and special parts in light alloy materials. The TOMMASELLI production plants are transferred from Turin to the new facilities in Sirtori.

1994

DOMINO obtains Quality System certification according to the UNI EN ISO 9001:1994 Standard.

1996

DOMINO extends its range of products to include its first electrical devices.

1999

The group establishes a company called CADORE in Lonate Ceppino (Varese), which specialises in the manufacturing of moulds and injection moulding of plastic parts.

2000

TOMMASELLI obtains Quality System certification according to the UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 Standard.

2001

Nuova palazzina con uffici

2004

DOMINO, TOMMASELLI and CADORE all obtain Quality System certification to UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 Standard at a group level.

2009

Tommaselli S.r.l. focuses its "Core Business" on the after-market distribution of Domino and Tommaselli brand products; Domino S.p.A. is responsible for all the manufacturing activities and is oriented towards the O.E.M. customer market.

2010

Electronic technology is introduced to the Domino products

2011

Following the footsteps of their parents Davide and Federico Bertini join Domino, representing the 3rd generation of the company.

2016

Domino incorporated the subsidiary Cadore, moving its moulding plastic machines inside its structure.

2016

Nuovo magazzino Tommaselli After Market

2017

Nuovo sito web Tommaselli

2018

Nuovo sito web Domino