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THE DIMENSION OF A STEADY GROWTH

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1969

Sabatino Faraone started producing aluminium doors and windows as a family-run business.



1974

The company proved to be able to manufacture complex hi-tech items, and soon became an industrial company and opened new plants in the industrial area of Tortoreto.



1979

The production of aluminium ladders, developed by Piero Faraone, started as a division of the door and window company, and continued as IMA SPA, an independent company. At that time, the aluminium ladder was a real innovation and Faraone's ladders had so much success that they replaced the classic wooden ladders.



1987

Scalita was launched for the first time with adverts on national TV.


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1989

A key year Faraone launched the production of aluminium ladders and scaffold towers compliant with DIN and European standards, long before Italian Law 626 and Legislative Decree 81 entered into force. This particular attention to safety allowed Faraone to participate in the European Committee that was in charge of issuing the standards related to the construction of ladders. This was the year in which Faraone reached the top of the industry for the first time with important market share in Italy and abroad.



1990

Faraone was the first company in Italy, and among the first in Europe, to have started the production of aerial platforms with telescopic aluminium columns in compliance with DIN and European standards.



1993

Faraone tripled the production surface by opening a new plant in Tortoreto, and using new equipment to provide cutting edge and safe products.


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1994

Faraone opened Akala Faraone in Poland, a joint venture with their Polish partners, which then became 100% Faraone.



1996

Faraone started the collaboration in Spain with Escalibur, which was fully acquired in 2007. Currently, in addition to household items, Escalibur operates in Spain and North Africa specialising in professional items.



1998

Faraone's P105 self-propelled platform was launched for the first time.



1999

Faithful to its tradition, Faraone opened “Faraone Infissi”. This specific division offers high-end, technological, and innovative products, all manufactured in Italy, and it stands out for its class-leading design and European Team.


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2000

This was the year in which Faraone started its collaboration with the University of Perugia. The result of their research project was a series of cutting edge tower scaffolds approved by the European standards to provide the utmost safety.



2002

The range was enriched with the PKS platform series, designed to be transported easily. The PKS series is sold worldwide even with other brands.



2004

The standard product does not guarantee the same safety standards required by the market. This is why Faraone developed the “customised” sector, which is currently a flagship of its production department and is managed by a team specialising in working at height.


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2006

The Polish market started to expand. The new plant in Goleniow, located in a 30,000 sq.m area, was established to manufacture the Top System scaffold towers for the European market and specific products for the Eastern European Markets.



2007

This was the year in which 100% of Esalibur Seville, specialising in household ladders for the European market, joined the Faraone group.


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2009

A GREAT PROJECT FOR SMALL AERIAL PLATFORMS: ELEVAH AUTOMATED LADDERS, THE LADDER THAT RAISES YOU. Small automated aluminium machines for working at height carried out safely and quickly, thus saving time, fatigue, and money. In 2011 we began the production that, with continuous developments, allowed us to present our wide range of products in international exhibitions in 2014, which proved to be very successful. Today we present this catalogue, which is the result of the work of extraordinary people, who every day, with passion anddedication, manufacture our products the best way possible. As we keep improving, the product we provide tomorrow will be different and better from that provided today, also thanks to your advice.


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LA MISSIONE

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TO BUILD EQUIPMENT FOR WORKING AT HIGH ALTITUDES IN THE GREATEST POSSIBLE HANDINESS AND SAFETY, OFFERING THE REAL CHANCE TO SAVE TIME, FATIGUE AND MONEY.

Ladder production includes a vast range of equipment for working at high altitudes. There are both standard and special ladders for over 200 different models, because every job needs a specific kind of ladder which is safe and handy.
The Faraone aluminium mobile scaffoldings are in line with the most severe safety standards existing. They fully respect EN1004, are handy, safe and flexible, adaptable to the requirements of the user, with an infinite amount of assembly configurations.

The Faraone aerial platforms fulfil the company's mission of building equipment for work at high altitudes as safe and handy as possible. They are therefore extremely compact and light-weight being made of aluminium. They are safe because they are provided with every possible safety device, such as level sensors, chain controls and other devices capable of making Faraone platforms a best seller in safety.

The window frame division, the original activity of the Group, is highly specialised where high profile technical and architectonic buildings are realised. Therefore an extremely complex customised realisation to meet the requirements of whoever wants to have a highly prestigious building.
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