In Evidenza

We are proud to announce that Cassioli Polska has been awarded the Forbes Diamond for the second year in a row; this is an important recognition that Forbes, in collaboration with ING Groep, assigns every year to the Łódź area companies that stand out for their growth and quality.
The award collected by the Managing Director of Cassioli Polska Mario Roghi, recognizes the company’s commitment to supplying high quality products and to pursuing constant growth over the years, reaching important milestones and exceeding market expectations.
With this award Cassioli Polska also celebrates the important transition from small to medium-sized enterprise, winning as a medium-sized company (proceeds 50-250 million PLN).
We would like to thank all that contributed to this important recognition. We will continue to work with passion and determination to reach new goals and to deliver the highest value to our customers and business partners.







Guests included the President of the Tuscany Region Eugenio Giani, the councillor for manufacturing Leonardo Marras and the mayor of Torrita, Giacomo Grazi

Cassioli blew out the candles on its 80th birthday with a huge party, held in the very factory where the company began back in 1943.

The new production area, built in 2020 in the midst of the pandemic, was dressed for the occasion with a stage, lighting and a catering service, turning the factory into a genuine events space.

The evening opened with a display by the Torrita band of drummers and flag-throwers, followed by the company’s president Paolo Cassioli, who welcomed the guests.

The stage was then taken by Torrita mayor Giacomo Grazi and the President of the Tuscany Region Eugenio Giani, who thanked Cassioli for the invitation, and above all for being a solid business and a source of pride for the whole of Tuscany.

The party continued with music and fun with Alessandro Paci and Mago Kagliostro, who entertained the guests with comic sketches and magic tricks.

A wonderful evening was enjoyed by employees, representatives of Cassioli’s foreign branches, the company’s main stakeholders and local politicians and institutions.

Among delicious food, music and great company, the key moment of the evening was when Marcello, Paolo and Carlo Cassioli, honorary president, president and CEO respectively, gave an overview of Cassioli’s 80-year story and thanked all the guests and employees who have contributed to the company’s success. There were plenty of moving moments during their speeches, such as the emotional memories of the founders Bernardino and Ideale Cassioli, who started the company during the Second World War.

 “Cassioli today is an international company, it’s true”, said CEO Carlo Cassioli. “We work with customers and partners from all over the world on a daily basis… but throughout it all, if there’s something our company has never abandoned, it’s our birthplace. We decided to keep our headquarters right here, where the company was born, grew up and developed over the years. We don’t want to be one of those businesses that get rich and then move their entire production away, to the detriment of the local area and the community; we like to create value in the area, provide work for the people who live here, whose families are here, who want to bring up their children here”.

The company has numerous ongoing and recently completed projects, like its joint venture with the multinational SACMI, a preview of which was presented during the evening. With SACMI – world leader in advanced technologies for the ceramics, plastics, food & beverage and packaging sectors – the company has launched SacmiCassioli Intralogistics, offering innovative solutions for the management, control and optimisation of flows of materials and data within the factory.

The party also included the prize-giving for the ten suppliers who received “Gold Supplier” awards for making the Cassioli production chain even more excellent, sustainable and innovative in terms of key parameters like quality, reliability, strategic importance, turnover, sustainability and attitude to innovation.

The evening concluded with the traditional cutting of the cake by the Cassioli board members, accompanied by music and a toast by all the guests.

It’s been 80 years of targeted goals, changes and decisions, some of them bold; 80 years of constant effort and plenty of satisfaction”, said company president Paolo Cassioli. “However, we want to see this anniversary as merely a stage on the journey we’ve embarked upon, and we’re sure there are many more to come, with the same enthusiasm and tenacity that have motivated us from the outset.

Now in its third generation, Cassioli – which currently has over 400 employees – operates four factories around the world (Italy, Brazil, Poland and the USA), and its products and services meet the needs of customers in a range of sectors, from intralogistics and manufacturing to airports and tyres.

80 years of operation at the Torrita headquarters are further proof that Cassioli is firmly anchored in its place of origin, despite its strong growth in the past 10 years and its major expansion overseas.







Today’s international uncertainty and the economic crisis of the last few years, first due to the Covid-19 pandemic and then the Russian-Ukrainian war, have led to inevitable supply problems for all industries.

Bottlenecks in supply chains are complicating life for many companies, including those in the automation sector, which are experiencing numerous supply problems.

The worst implications arise in the spare parts replacement cycle.

When a machine or piece of equipment breaks down, the main enemy to be reckoned with is time: the productivity of workers decreases more and more as the amount of time the machine is idle increases. If you do not already have the components you need to repair the equipment, you can hardly hope for downtime to be limited to two or three hours.

Plants with high levels of automation require extraordinary attention from a management point of view, since in the event of anomalies or breakdowns, sudden stoppages may occur, with inevitable drops in production or, in the most serious cases, total plant shutdowns.

It is therefore important to carefully manage the supply of spare parts so that slowdowns and production stoppages can be dealt with promptly.

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Our experts know your plant inside out and can help you select the most useful spare parts so that you can be sure of prompt action and the shortest possible time to restore your machinery.

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On Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd October 2022 the first edition of the Padel Cassioli Tournament took place, which saw the participation of 16 teams in pairs in a group tournament.

The tournament was won by the couple Andrea Gengaroli and Luigi Falsini, who overtook the duo made up of Luca Scalacci and Simone Tremiti in the final. In third place went Alessandro Monaci and Marco Pietrelli.

Cassioli, in the role of its CEO Carlo Cassioli, with this initiative confirms once again the interest in the promotion of sport in all its forms as a moment of sharing, well-being and an opportunity for shared collective union.

Strongly thanking all the participants who have contributed to making these two days special with their presence, Cassioli gives you an appointment next year for the Second Edition!

Cassioli’s Brazilian branch celebrated this important milestone with a party attended by employees, customers and suppliers.

The celebrations for the 25th anniversary of Cassioli Brasil – Brazilian branch of the Cassioli Group, which opened in Jundiaí in 2002 – ended just a few hours ago.

Born to meet the needs of the Central and South American market, over the years Cassioli Brasil expanded day after day and now has become a reference for customers in South America and beyond.

In 25 years of activity, the Brazilian company has provided many jobs and today counts almost 100 employees and commercial partners in various South and Central American countries.

The party was attended by the Cassioi management board, all employees, and numerous guests, including customers, suppliers, and friends and family.

Partygoers enjoyed good food, music, and great company. Celebrations ended with the “Gold Supplier” awards to the best 10 suppliers and the presentation of commemorative plates to employees who worked at the Jundiaí branch for 25 years, in recognition of their commitment and dedication to the company.

“When I arrived in Brazil, Jundiaí was the best place to invest and that decision is still proving to be right” – said Carlo Cassioli, CEO of the Group, after thanking all present for their participation. “Today, 25 years later, Cassioli Brasil can look back on a brilliant past made of sacrifices but also of great satisfactions for the successes and targets reached. But there is more to come. We look to the future with hope and our objective is to further strengthen our position on the South American market. To this end we have already started work to double our production plant and our firm intention is to invest more in the country”.

Quality, efficiency, and swift response to customer requests is what makes Cassioli Brasil a successful and consolidated presence on the market and is also the reason why big names such as Colgate, Unilever, Tramontina, Leroy Merlin, Whirlpool and many others are among its customers.

Today, the Brazilian branch can count on a competent team of professionals of the automation sector, from technicians to engineers, including commercial and new professional figures who year after year contribute to further improving and growing the company.

It was an intense and emotional day that greatly satisfied organizers and met everyone’s expectations: hoping that this may be just the start and that there will soon be more occasions to celebrate and share special moments like this, we thank all participants who with their contribution allowed Cassioli Brasil to become what it is today.


On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Cassioli Brazil office in Jundiaí, our CEO Carlo Cassioli met the Prefect of Jundiaí Luiz Fernando Machado.

During the meeting, our CEO presented and defined the terms of the expansion of the production plant of the Brazilian headquarters in Cassioli, which will lead to a doubling of production capacity and therefore to new jobs for the country.

With this important project, which we hope will bring a lifeblood for the development of the entire territory of Jundiaí, Cassioli confirms itself as a solid company with a great international scope, which will thus guarantee greater productivity for the company, in order to better respond. to the needs of customers in Central and South America and beyond.

Fispal Tecnologia 2022, June 21-24, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Cassioli Brasil will take part in the most important exhibition in South America dedicated to the Food & Beverage sector.

Thanks to its innovative automatic systems, Cassioli provides numerous solutions for modern industries dedicated to the production of agri-food products: automatic warehouses and automatic warehouses at low temperatures, automatic handling systems, conveyors and much more.

Cassioli design cutting-edge automation solutions, carefully designed according to customer needs and implemented with the best technologies on the market, accelerating production and delivery times and preserving product quality at all stages.

Come and find out more about our automatic systems at FISPAL Tecnologia! We are waiting for you in Sao Paulo, Brazil, from 21 to 24 June 2022, stand #D016


Cassioli Polska was awarded the Diamentów Forbesa, an important recognition that Forbes and ING Groep assigned to some companies in Lodz.

The award received by the Managing Director of Cassioli Polska, Mario Roghi, was presented by Robert Olesiński, Regional Director for Corporate Affairs of the Poznań Region, who congratulated the entrepreneurs on the competitiveness and international vocation of these companies.

Cassioli Polska has distinguished itself as one of the small-medium enterprises of the Lodz voivodeship which obtained revenue up to 50 million PLN, such that the region ranks sixth in Poland in terms of gross domestic product generated.

Once again a very important recognition which underlines the solidity and growth of the Cassioli Group even beyond national borders.






Cassioli was awarded in Rome, in the Aula Magna of the Luiss Guido Carli University, as the best large company for management performance and Cerved financial reliability in the province of Siena.

The event was attended by 90 joint-stock companies based in Central Italy, which were awarded the High Budget Honor on the occasion of the 41st event of the Felix Industry Award.

The companies were chosen by a qualified Scientific Committee chaired by Professor Cesare Pozzi, Professor of Industrial Economics at Luiss, according to an incontrovertible algorithm of competitiveness relating to the income statement, the financial reliability indicated by the Cerved Group Score Impact and an average of employees not lower than that of the previous year.

The Industria Felix award, founded by the journalist Michele Montemurro and organized by Industria Felix Magazine, is developed on the basis of a maxi survey on the 2020 financial statements of 700,000 joint-stock companies carried out in collaboration with the Cerved Group Research Department.

The coveted award for Cassioli was received by the CEO, Carlo Cassioli, and Mascia Romani, Administrative Manager, who said they were proud of the recognition that enhances the investment plan and business activities of our Company with foresight and courage towards the future.


The new warehouse for Cosentino, leader for design surfaces, has been installed in Cantoria

Cassioli crosses once again national borders with the project realized in Spain for Cosentino Group. The Spanish multinational company, which produces and distributes innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of design and architecture, turned to Cassioli to fully automate the logistics of the Silestone® and DEKTON® systems.

The project, in addition to the automatic warehouse, included the creation of an automatic system dedicated to the collection of the slabs from the production lines, their transport and the integrated management of the distribution center with ERP / SAP of Cosentino, which also managed the planning and preparation of loads before shipment.

The customer requested that the automated warehouse for the storage of finished products be divided into 6 independent parts, each equipped with a stacker crane, in order to guarantee greater flexibility in the event of damage or partial blocking of the system; the handling area had to be composed of 4 independent areas with sawhorses for the slabs.


The project was designed from the outset as a modular installation: there were built 2 blocks with 3 stacker cranes each and 4 automatic preparation points for slabs. Cosentino requested to treat each slab in a unique way, in order to have a total traceability of each of them and of the information contained within them (barcode), i.e. production, storage and shipping parameters.

After a careful analysis of Cosentino’s needs, Cassioli designed an automated warehouse 4,500 square meters wide and 32 meters high, with a capacity of 11,500 packages, equipped with 9 stacker cranes (load capacity up to 3,500 kg). Entrances and exits to the warehouse can be carried out on two levels, while the preparation of orders takes place at level 0, through automatic systems specially designed for Cosentino processes.

The packages arrive from the production lines through automatic conveyors and SLS shuttles, then they are directed to a shape and data control system (automatic reading of all the bar codes), which verifies their suitability.

If the system detects that the package is correct in all its parameters, it continues the path, otherwise it is rejected and submitted to the control of the Cassioli software. Once the parcel reaches the front of the warehouse, it is directed to a specific warehouse through SLS system (Shuttle Loop System) to the entry position, where it is picked up by the stacker crane designated by the Cassioli WMS software.

When a package is required for the preparation of a specific order, it is picked up by the stacker crane in the warehouse and then placed in the special order preparation area by means of shuttles, to give greater flexibility and ensure that all packages can be addressed to any preparation area.

The system takes the slabs one by one following the specific sequence requested in the loading order; in the event that there are slabs in excess, the load returns to the warehouse and the slabs are grouped in a new load, always automatically.

Once ready, the load is taken to an automatic strapping station and then made available to the LGV (Laser Guided Vehicles) to be placed in a temporary buffer or to be loaded directly onto the truck, through the automatic loading system.

Besides the warehouse, Cassioli has created a handling system for Cosentino consisting of chain conveyors, roller conveyors and specific tilting devices for slabs. The handling system is integrated with elevators for slabs and packs and with special manipulators for slab preparation, that handle one slab at a time.

Every single slab is coded and traced thanks to a special system that allows to record specific data and dimensions. The entire Cosentino distribution center is managed by ERP / SAP software, perfectly integrated with the Cassioli management software that manages all devices and machinery for a complete warehouse automation.

Thanks to the synergy developed between the Cosentino designers and the Cassioli experts, the new Cosentino warehouse has recorded a significant increase in storage capacity and complete traceability of all the materials handled, thanks to the perfect integration between the Cassioli management system and the software of the customer. Furthermore, it is important to point out that it was met the technological challenge of sending the slabs to the customers in the same conditions as before the automation.














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