Pramac’s history began in 1966, when the Campinoti family founded a construction equipment company. Pramac has always evolved, expanding its product portfolio and becoming the global benchmark for the production of generators and warehouse material handling equipment. Pramac’s diverse business lines ensure the company is a leading player in a wide variety of global markets.
Pramac is present in more than 150 different countries, with 16 branches and 7 manufacturing plants situated in Europe, Asia and South America. It manufactures a complete and flexible product range that satisfies the full spectrum of energy needs to suit customers worldwide.
With the support of around 1100 employees and 10% of engineers, Pramac has developed technological experience, which is second to none. Pramac’s vertically integrated manufacturing processes ensure quality and optimum performances of all designed products.
All Pramac’s resources and energies are indeed dedicated to the most demanding markets, with the goal to offer products that are fit for purpose. Using top quality components and building strategic partnerships, Pramac is able to offer guaranteed product performance with global support.
2016 saw Pramac become part of the Generac group forming the world’s third largest generator and lighting tower producer. Since 2002, Pramac plays a leading role in the MotoGP World Championship, with its team “Pramac Racing” and its strong partnership with Ducati Corse.
Pramac Racing’s competitive spirit has earned the team some significant results, among which stands out the winning of the much-coveted “Best Independent Team” title for the 2018 MotoGP season. The 2020 MotoGP season has seen the Pramac team riders line up on the grid with Ducati Desmosedici GP20 official bikes but the season 2021 has been the richest in terms of awards:
– Pramac Racing Team, Best Independent MotoGP Team 2021
– Johann Zarco, Best Independent MotoGP Rider 2021
– Jorge Martín, Rookie of the Year 2021
– Ducati with Pramac Racing Team, Constructor Champions 2021
The 2021 MotoGP was indeed a successful year, which ended with 8 total podiums for Pramac Racing (1 victory, 5-second places and, 2 third place), and 5 pole positions (1 for Zarco and 4 for Jorge Martín).
In 2022, Prima Assicurazioni – the leading tech company in the Italian insurance market – became the new Title Sponsor of the MotoGP® Pramac Racing Team.