Cartotecnica Moreschini is a story that contains many stories: those of the Italian paper industry, of our Country, but above all of a family.
In the same year in which his son Roberto was born, Giacomo Moreschini gave life to his idea of a company. We are in the postwar period and Italy has a desire for redemption and rebirth, believes in a better future and works tenaciously on Reconstruction. Hope and trust, spiced up with enthusiasm and passion, are the motive force that drives the country.
Changes run very fast: electrical appliances enter homes, lifestyles are transformed, cities appear as uninterrupted construction sites: the Economic Boom has arrived. Life moves from the countryside to the cities and families become few in number. Giacomo works in a food cooperative and realizes that pasta, up to that moment sold in 25-kilo bags, is now required one kilo at a time. In new families of only 4 or 5 people a new need is born: the 1 kilo pack. From this intuition, Giacomo develops his business together with his wife Anna Maria, while Roberto grows up among the machines, paper and cardboard for packaging.
Dad Giacomo leaves the leadership of the company to the young Roberto and to Mara, his life and work partner. Together they make it progress, by nourishing it, investing, dedicating to it unlimited dreams, time and energy.
At the turn of the third millennium, Chiara Moreschini enters the company, bringing ideas, innovation and certified quality.
The family, united, adds another precious element to its team: infact also Alessio joins the company. Alessio is Chiara’s husband and father of Roberto and Mara’s grandchildren … who are growing up among machines, paper and packaging cardboard. The life cycle is renewed and regenerated in perpetual motion.
The company changes its look and expands, moving to a new building of about 4,000 square meters at the Castel San Pietro Terme motorway exit. A strategic position that strengthens its logistics.
Today Moreschini is a company made of people, committed to the quality of results and sensitive to technological innovations. Open to what is new and to change, Cartotecnica Moreschini is convinced that it is “human capital that creates economic capital”. For this reason, it never stops to dedicate special attention to constant people training.