Born in Padua on April 23, 1966, Tomaso Carraro joined the company in 1992.
From 1994 to 2002 he managed Carraro North America, the group's Commercial/Industrial branch on the NAFTA market. While in the United States, he got an MBA from the Graduate School of Business - University of Chicago (currently Chicago Booth). In the late Nineties, he was actively involved in the Group's internationalisation process (acquisitions of Carraro Argentina, Carraro Poland and O&KA, and the establishment of Carraro India). In 2004, Tomaso Carraro became Director of the Vehicles Business Unit, formerly Agritalia.
In the following three years, Agritalia was entirely transformed from an economic/strategic struggler to a shining star of the Carraro Group. In June 2007, Tomaso Carraro became Chairman and CEO of Gear World, the Carraro Group's new industrial project for the gear sector, created to independently develop components activities at an international level, with a turnover of approximately 200 million euro, 1,500 employees and 6 production sites in Italy, USA, India and China. In 2009, Tomaso Carraro became President of ASSIOT, the Association of Gears and Transmission Elements Manufacturers (an industry worth 5 billion euro).
Since April 20, 2012 Tomaso Carraro has been the new Vice Chairman of the Group.
From June 2014 to September 2016 he also became Chairman of Eurotrans, the European Committee of Associations of Manufacturers of gears, gearing and transmissions. He is also a Board Director of Carraro Group's most important companies.