Italian paper converting tradition: a constantly evolving story

The history of Italian paper converting is closely linked to the tradition of our peninsula, historically attracted to the use and processing of paper.

However, a clarification is necessary: ​​the entire system of paper and cardboard packaging concerns the paper converting sector, but the paper converting industry does not produce only packaging.

What do we mean?

Let’s find it out together.

Not just packaging

When one thinks of the paper converting sector, in particular of the Italian paper converting industry, the association with the complex world of packaging is almost immediate.

This is because, since the early 1900s, the possibility of packaging any type of product, thus protecting and enhancing it, continues to consolidate itself as one of the main levers of world trade.

The graphic personalization of paper has in fact given life to new forms of packaging, fundamental not only for the protection of the product but above all for its diffusion.

Yet paper converting is not just packaging!

Thanks to the industrial transformation of paper and cardboard, it is possible to obtain a wide range of objects: calendars, binders, displays and much more.

Italian paper converting: Beyond the Box

The history of Cartotecnica Moreschini dates back to many years ago: in 1954 Giacomo Moreschini decided to give life to his dream in cardboard.

The Moreschini company was therefore born during a difficult but proactive period, that of the post-war period, full of feelings such as redemption, revenge, initiative and sharing.

Values, those just mentioned, which have guided our company to date, making it a solid Italian paper converting company, full of enthusiasm and plans for the future.

Over time, the life cycle of our company has been constantly renewed: first with Roberto and Mara, then with Chiara and Alessio, fueling innovation while respecting tradition.

Today, Moreschini is a company made up of people, dedicated to the quality of results and sensitive to technological innovations.

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