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SIBER America - Everel  Profile

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SIBER America - Everel  Company Overview

SIBER America Started over 30 years ago as a full licensee of Dreefs GmbH, Marktrodach, Germany. In 1996, the rapidly growing SIBER Group of Roncadelle, Italy acquired Dreefs GmbH. In January, 1999, the company permanently changed its name to SIBER America.

Today, SIBER America is part of the Everel Group S.p.A. and continues to offer custom and standard electronic controls and a broad range of switch products, thermostats, indicators, motors, and heating elements under the Dreefs brand name.

SIBER America - Everel  Products

The types of products manufactured by SIBER America - Everel include thermostats, indicators, motors, and heating elements.

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