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The SCAPPINI & Co factory was founded in 1980 by Senor Giovanni Scappini. Today the factory is one of the leading Italian export companies in the production of classic furniture.

Following the Italian tradition of family business, today his daughter and son work at the Giovanni Scappini factory. Daughter, Chiara is an export manager, she has excellent relationships with customers all over the world, she maintains relationships with partners in many countries at the same time. Lorenzo's son is also involved in the family business. He is engaged in quality control, monitors the finishing, polishing of furniture. The enterprise is certified according to the international quality control system ISO 9001.

In 2000, the company acquired a new factory in Rutherford Serenissima, in the industrial area of ​​Bovolone, which increased production capacity several times.

Since 1990, the factory is a member of the VERONIAN EXPORT Association, the Board of Directors of which is headed by Giovanni Scappini.

For the last 10 years, the factory has specialized mainly in contract positions; today more than 30 prestigious 4 and 5 star hotels have been implemented. Constantly participates in the most important exhibitions and international fairs such as: Tokyo, Köln, Milan, Paris, Verona, Belgrade, Athens, Dubai, Thessalonica, Valencia, Moscow, Prague, Birmingham. Hotels are located in Japan, Czech Republic, Tunisia, Poland, Germany, as well as Slovakia, Switzerland, Equatorial Guinea, Great Britain, Russia. In particular, in Novosibirsk, the Morozovo resort-hotel project was successfully implemented jointly with Imperio Grande, and in the Altai Republic the five-star Crown of Altai hotel was recently put into operation. The interior of this hotel is designed in a classic style and the furniture of the SCAPPINI & Co. sets the basic tone for a magnificent interior.

Giovanni Scappini says: "I think the classics are not out of fashion and are in demand all over the world. We export our furniture to more than fifty countries."

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