High volume

High-volume production cuts production costs through economies of scale. Specific automated moulding processes, such as progressive moulding or transfer moulding, are used.
The Slovenian Mirna Pec plant was established in 2013 as a result of an agreement with the Renault group to supply body components for the French group’s production at the Novo Mesto plant.
In addition to the Slovenian plant, which is specifically for high-volume production, the Cecomp group has a second line of automated presses in the Piobesi plant that allows high-volume production of small/medium-sized parts.

Low volumes

Low-volume production is usually targeted at high-end segments, so-called premium segments, and uses more versatile techniques, with extensive use of aluminium. The initial phase can be done at low volume to keep costs down and maintain flexibility, and once the product has proven to have a robust process, production capacity can be increased on a larger scale.


Prototyping, from cars in different segments to spider/coupé versions, from sports versions to light commercial vehicles, has been one of Cecomp’s core businesses since its foundation in the 1970s.
The transversal experience acquired represents a fundamental value for customers who choose our services and allows Cecomp to tackle not only the prototype phase of a project but, where necessary and requested by the customer, also optimise the transition to series production (low and high volumes).


CECOMP designs assembly and control equipment (i.e. master cubing and gauges) and manufactures prototype and production tooling in its own tooling department using the various supporting processes (engineering, CNC milling centres, metrology, etc.) to meet all customer requirements, whatever their complexity, quality, timing and cost requirements.

Mould construction

Starting from a CAD file of an element and based on volumes and tolerances, Cecomp’s technical department, thanks to its years of experience in this sector, is able to design and build moulds for the various stages of the development process, from prototyping to high-volume moulds.
The company is able to guarantee maximum productivity and functionality using a continuous work cycle and ensuring the maintenance of the machines through its in-house tooling department.


Since the 1970s, CECOMP has been active in the market for the realisation of One-Offs; be it for a mainly construction activity for the most important car manufacturers (such as Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin and BMW) or for the complete development and realisation of a peculiar One-Off starting from the creative phase. An example of this is the one-off Icona Vulcano, which is also unique in its use of materials, being bodied in titanium.

Several prototyping stages are required depending on the complexity of the project. CECOMP has specific procedures to combine craftsmanship skills and high technology in the most effective way.

Models and show cars

CECOMP has more than 40 years of experience in the production of all kinds of style models and show cars and has successful projects with major OEMs worldwide in its portfolio.

CECOMP has several studios with restricted access in order to ensure confidentiality. Each studio is equipped with offices and related services available to the Customer that can follow the activities carried out by the project team in the utmost confidentiality.

Depending on the needs of the project and the operational procedures required, different types of activities are combined (CAS modelling, CNC milling, manual refining, 3D scanning, additive manufacturing, painting, etc.) to achieve the expected results as efficiently as possible.

Type and quality of finish can meet all requirements at every stage of development:

  • 1:1 and small-scale models
  • Interior/exterior maquettes
  • Exterior and interior style master models (for verification of class A mathematics, i.e. three-dimensional data required for production tooling)
  • Static or running show cars


The experience gained over the years enables Cecomp to support customers with a wide-ranging design: from concept/one-off to production, putting customers’ ideas into practice with the use of processes suited to the type of project.

Cecomp has its own department of around 30 designers for the realisation of turn-key projects, ranging from the CAS modelling stages to the design of chassis/body/finishing components through to virtual validation using dedicated software.