Since 1969 we have been laminating and coating film for flexible packaging for food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, technical, electrical and industrial sectors.
We are subcontractors for the most important European converters and thanks to our constant commitment and determination in finding new and innovative solutions and ways of working, we are part of a fast-moving and technologically evolving market.
We are always ready to experiment with new materials and adhesives and thanks to our know-how and state-of-the-art machinery along with our expertise we can satisfy all of our customers requests and requirements
We work closely with our customers’ R&D departments and we often carry out tests and experiments on new packaging solutions in both coating and laminating in addition to lacquers and varnishing.
More than half of the total volume of materials we process is represented by the food sector and for this reason we are ISO 9001: 2015 and BRC PACKAGING certified.
Our production plant includes three buildings and covers an area of 15,500 square meters, of which 8,000 square meters are enclosed and covered. We are located in the industrial area of Calendasco near the town of Piacenza located in Northern Italy.
Anna Paola Cavanna
President Laminati Cavanna S.p.A.
Vice President Laminati Cavanna S.p.A.
Quality Assurance Manager
Logistics and Cutting
The main objectives of our company concerning the environment are: to guarantee the protection of the environment and natural resources and prevent pollution.
For this reason, not only do we comply with all applicable environmental laws and those applicable to our business, but above all we pursue the continuous improvement of our methods of working from an environmental point of view.
We constantly monitor the environmental aspects of the work carried out in order to prevent, eliminate or minimize the related impacts on the environment.
We are members of:
“PROGETTO VITA” ASSOCIATION
The “Progetto Vita” Association in Piacenza was the first European project in the area concerning “Early Defibrillator,” designed to prevent sudden death due to cardiac arrest. It was conceived by Prof. Alessandro Capucci and Dr. Daniela Aschieri and was developed thanks to the contribution of doctors, nurses and volunteers of the association.
We were one of the first private companies in the area to buy a defibrillator and we formed and trained a team of volunteers among our employees.