High quality clothes rails and clothing display

For over 50 years, we have been producing clothes hangers and display stands for shops and shop windows directly in our headquarters of over 3000 square meters in Costa Volpino in the province of Bergamo (Italy).

Our experience allows us to create a great product designed to help you in everyday work; the biggest fashion houses have chosen our clothes stands for their clothing stores and their stores.

We realize all our stenders choosing high quality materials and following an accurate and consolidated production process, for the surface finishes we rely only on the best professionals of the sector that we have selected over the years.

Our clothes hangers are designed to be stable, robust but at the same time light and easy to handle, they open and close in a few seconds and can be adjusted to suit every need. We always have a special eye for the details of our products: from accurate welds to beautiful and durable surface finishes.

We show you some phases of our production process:

Clothes rails: automated welding phase

Shelving: automatic punching in line

Clothes rails: automatic cutting and drilling phase

Clothes rails: manual welding of the upper bar

Our company still works some of its components in a traditional way to guarantee the quality of the final product. The welds you see in this video will then be cleaned and pickled before the chrome plating phase.

Here is our clothes rail Faster!

Designed for sales representatives and agents: convenient and fast to open, folded is in any type of car.

Best seller: our clothes rail Svelto Piccolo

Foldable to take up little space, adjustable in height to adapt to any situation, fully chrome-plated, stable, durable and compact.

Still our robot in action

We show you the automated welding phase of the extensible top bars of our clothes rails.

Special folding for clothes displays

Realization of special supports for caps.

Upper bars automatic welding

Again our robot in action in this video that shows the welding of the upper bars.