In 2004 Hornby Railways plc acquired assets from Rivarossi, in particular the brands Arnold, Jouef, Rivarossi and Lima. Since 2006 products are sold again under these brand names. The production has been moved to China.
From 1957 Rivarossi HO models were licensed and sold by Lionel as Lionel HO. The cooperation with Lionel broke down over financial issues after only a year. From 1958 Rivarossi products were sold through Athearn. After Athearn, just about all Rivarossi products, and its sister company Pocher, were distributed through AHM (Associated Hobby Manufacturers). 
- Giorgio Giuliani, ‘Meeting with Alessandro Rossi’, tr. by Angelo S. Giusti, www.rivarossi-memory.it.
- Souter, Gerry and Janet (2005). Lionel: America's Favorite Toy Trains (Motorbooks Classic) (Digitized by Google Books online). MBI. ISBN 0-7603-1930-8. Retrieved 2008-01-18.
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