A company that covers the whole production chain, from raw hide to sewn covers. Mario Levi Spa, a unique business in Italy and an international benchmark to which the prestigious international magazine Auto&Design, run by Silvia Baruffaldi, dedicated an article in its 2015 September/October issue. In its extensive reportage, the bimonthly magazine specialised in the design world briefly covers the milestones of a history that has been running for over 70 years and which has led the company to establish itself as a leader in the manufacturing of interiors in the automotive sector, as pointed out in the article by CEO Guido Levi Gattinara, the son of the founder, whose name the group still retains.
The group’s Chief Operations Manager Lele Ogliaro briefly illustrates how, gradually and by extending manufacturing processes over time, it attained an integrated production cycle, which over the years led it to expand the creation of other complementary products.
An evolution that has allowed the company to consolidate the presence of Mario Levi in the railway and civil aviation sector as well, always starting from hide with a strong automotive vocation.
The company’s growth also involved a phase with the implementation and development of a broad sales network, both in terms of markets and customers, with the opening of production plants in Europe, Italy and Romania, in locally strategic areas for the technical and operational expertise related to manufacturing, though also with an eye to the East with the recent opening of a plant in China.
These were necessary operations, as Sales Director Fedya Sezzi pointed out in the article, in order to supply products across four continents and provide guidance and support worldwide, thus becoming global suppliers.
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