1947 FEB (Factory of Electrical devices Bologna) is founded. The products are call boards, door bells, transformers, door entry, residential intercom systems and electrical locks.
1978 FEB is bought by new owners and Nuova FEB is born. The new management introduces new electrical and mechanical locks and panic exit devices.
1986 Start of production for the Laser series of wiring devices: switches, sockets and cover plates. The Electrical Material Division is created.
2000 The Assa Abloy Group buys Nuova FEB, both the Locks and Panic Devices Division and the Electrical Material Division.
2005 The Electrical Material Division is bought by new owners and FEB Elettrica is born: specialists in the production of wiring devices for residential applications and home automation.
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