The company was established in 1933 by the driving spirit and will of the young Achille Pinto, a man of great charisma and extensive expertise in the textiles industry.
The company logo chosen by Pinto represents a bee, symbol of commitment to hard work and persevering tenacity.
Originally a manufacturer of printed fabrics and jacquards for ties, over the years the company extended its production range to include fabrics for men and women’s scarves and clothing.
The company achieved international acclaim and renown as one of the leading manufacturers of natural, man-made and synthetic fabrics. In the Seventies, Achille Pinto’s son-in-law Mario Uliassi took over the reins of the company.
In those years, successful partnerships have been introduced with Rhodiatoce and the Japanese multinationals Toray and Mitsui, which have led to the achievement of increasingly ambitious goals, increased turnover and the consolidation of the internationalization process.