HISTORY Carpenteria Giudicariese. Over 30 years at your service

The firm Carpenteria Giudicariese was founded by Marini Costantino in the far 1968, as one-man company in Darzo di Storo (TN), in the Giudicarie Valley. At that time the activity was typically hand-made and carried out in the home garage with a few employees and exclusively addressed to the local market.
1979 the new Town Planning Scheme and the reclamation of Darzo lands allowed the logistical development of the firm, which found expression in the building of the shed, the present location of the firm, with consequent expansion of the activity. The owner involves his brother Marini Narciso in the project, modified the trade name in s.n.c. and planned the expansion of the company on a wider trade market.
In a few years a sudden transformation took place: the administrative-technical-sales department was strengthened, new production workmen were taken on, new machines and equipment were bought and the area was extended until it reached the present 6.000 m² of property of the company.

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1998 with the withdrawal of the partner Marini Costantino, the company became a s.a.s. in which Mr. Marini Narciso involved the son Marini Maurizio.
In the following years the technological development has increased together with increased requests from companies operating on the foreign market. In order to meet the new requirements in 2000 the company required and obtained the certification ISO 9001 n??9165.CGIU.
At the beginning of 2004 a further portion of the lot was started to be covered, in prediction of introducing large-sized sand-blasting chambers and spray booths.
The production, mainly made on work order and drawing from the Customer, consists in the manufacturing of structures in medium to heavy metalwork fabrication, made of iron/steel and stainless steel for the following fields: agriculture, food industry, building and industrial sectors, aimed at the construction of bridges, trusses, tanks, large-sized piping, etc.. See Window Display of the Works.