Our history starts in the '40s, when the Cattaneo brothers: Annibale, Paolo and Carla founded the Vetreria Cattaneo, located in the central Via Gian Giacomo Mora, Milano.
Besides the production of blow moulded glass containers for the Italian market, thanks to their technical ability, they also built the first machines for automatic and semiautomatic production in their workshop. These machines were then sold to different glass factories around the world.
The company was restructured in the '60s, changing its name into IVISC (Industria Vetraria Italiana S. Cristoforo). It was based in Trezzano Sul Naviglio, with a plant of more than 100.000 square meters. Bormioli Rocco Spa bought it in the ‘80s.
Three of Annibale's sons: Vanni, Carlo and Marco, born between the '50s and '60s grew up during a huge economic boom in Milan. After completing their studies, they were charmed by glass production and they started to work in the family company. After selling to Bormioli Rocco Group, the 3 brothers, on the strength of their experience in the factory, decided to establish a new company dedicated to the sales and decoration of glass and plastic containers for the cosmetic industry: Eurovetrocap srl.
During the last 35-years, the group has seen significant growth, also through the acquisition of some competitors, thanks to its strategy, designed to meet the requirements of the cosmetic industry and its fragmented supply chain. In 2013 the company had a turnover of Euro 35 million, 70 employees, one branch in Tuscany, a partner in Paris, a sales force in 30 Countries and product sales in 98 markets.