Marco Livelli 

After obtaining a diploma in Electronics, he graduated in Economics. He began his career in one of the Big Four: KPMG. He achieved senior management positions in two famous American multinational companies,  ICN and Loctite.

He has been working at Jobs SpA for the past 24 years, in the role of Managing Director and C.E.O.

He is the co-founder of MUSP (Italian Research Center for Machine Tools and Manufacturing Technologies).

Marco Livelli is also Vice-President of “Confindustria Piacenza” (General Confederation of Italian Industry), Member of the Executive Committee of “UCIMU” (Italian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association) and Board member of “Federmeccanica” (Italian Mechanical Industries Federation).


Jobs is based in Piacenza, the main manufacturing hub for machine tools in the region of Emilia-Romagna. 

Since 1980, Jobs is a worldwide leading manufacturer of high-performance 5-axis milling systems for aerospace, automotive, energy, general engineering industries, and turn-key systems. Boeing, Airbus, SpaceX, Ford, Toyota, Volkswagen, BMW are among the major customers.

Milling machines and machining centers with the historical brands Rambaudi, Sachman, Sigma are also produced in the modern plant of Piacenza. The U.S. offices of  Sterling Heights, Michigan, grant the technological and sales support. 

Jobs aims to become the worldwide reference point for high-level technologically developed products, and an excellence in economical performance in order to create value in each reference market.

Jobs designs its product according to the specific need of the customer and the requirements of OEMs, combining innovation in:
        -Skins and structures in composite
        -Tough material including titanium
        -Covering all milling technologies and processing

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