Fedrigoni at Drupa 2016

Fedrigoni at Drupa 2016

Since the last appearance at Europe’s leading print fair, the Fedrigoni Group has embarked on a global expansion strategy with new acquisitions in the US and Brazil. In that context, choosing the garden as the central them for the Fedrigoni stand seems a quaint idea. It might also be interpreted as a romantic notion that ignores the group’s enthusiastic diversification embracing the future of printed media.

However, if that garden features trees covered in mirror like paper surfaces and highly sophisticated papers that resist oil and water as well as foliage that is made up from the latest security threads and holograms, the stand greets visitors with a very different proposition. It not only becomes an oasis with a futuristic air about it, it also celebrates the fact that Italy’s largest paper manufacturer is well placed to take advantage of what this future can offer.

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Fedrigoni Group

Fedrigoni Group is one of Europe’s largest and most established special paper enterprises. With approximately 2,000 members of staff, the Group manufactures and distributes a wide range of fine quality, technically advanced paper and paper-related products. Through a network of distribution partners, Fedrigoni Group delivers to customers in more than 100 countries.

Giuseppe Fedrigoni founded his first paper mill in 1717 and the business has been in the family ever since, becoming properly industrial in 1888. Now in its fifth generation of family ownership, the Group continues to take the long-term view of the future.

Fedrigoni Cartiere

Fedrigoni Cartiere is a specialist paper company targeting the communication graphics and converting industries. Since its foundation in 1888, Fedrigoni has specialised in fine paper for printing, editing, labels, bookbinding, packaging and paper products.

While this remains very much at the heart of the business, the company continually creates new paper processes and technologies that satisfy the ever changing aesthetic and technical demands of the market.