COMPANY HISTORY

The company was established by Ferruccio Salvini in 1975 and for about 20 years worked out of its plant in Nuvolera (BS), where it produced rough Botticino marble-chip floor tiles, 1.5-2cm in height, suitable for the domestic market.

After the introduction of polishing and finishing facilities in 1976, the commitment of sons Lucio, Giorgio, Sergio and Giancarlo, allowed the company to begin an intensive expansion and development phase, opening towards overseas markets, like the Middle East.

Initial exports towards the “developing” USA area, in the early 1980s, and the consequent specialization in production of slim, 1cm-high, modular tiles, led Salvini Marmi to open the new Prevalle (BS) plant in 1989, where it is still working in an area covering about 20,000 sqm.

Today’s daily output of 100 Ton of Blocks, 900 sqm in tiles and 350 sqm of  slabs, has taken the company to a leader position amongst Italian stone exporters, and has allowed it to win several prestigious supply contracts, mainly in the United States market.