Secondo Mona S.p.A.

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Founded in 1903 by Mr. Secondo Mona in Somma Lombardo, Varese, Italy, Secondo Mona is active in aviation since 1913 with the repair of the first aeroengines and since 1923 it designs and produces own equipment, mainly in fuel.

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