Dear friends, here we are again with our latest Newsletter, dedicated to information and news from the world of Woodn Industries. Between the end of 2015 and the beginning of this promising new year, many new features are gathering and many goals have been achieved.
One of these is the central theme of this newsletter: since December, Woodn Industries has doubled in size!
Enjoy your read!
With the official agreement at the beginning of December, the Woodn Industries group concluded the process for the acquisition of Greenwood Venice.
Now WoodnTM and GreenwoodTM have at last become two product lines - or rather two brands - of the same parent company WOODN INDUSTRIES srl, each with its own distinctive features, but both with characteristics that ensure their place on the international market as a point of reference for competitors and users.
Greenwood is famous for having beaten everyone in the race for composite wood, the sector in which the firm has been the forerunner and market leader. Its applications began in the lagoon where, between mooring poles and landing stages, it had plenty of room to study and experiment to perfect the formula of its materials.
Woodn, which appeared on the market in 2008, immediately established itself at world level for the beauty and reliability of its products, adopted by architects who are the most attentive to the creativeness and environmental sustainability of their production.
But besides the product, Woodn Industries has developed customer service to the highest level: customisation, joint design, worldwide marketing coverage, strategic logistics, are characteristics that can really make a difference today.
The relentless progress of the Woodn Industries group has now reached impressive figures: the turnover has gone from 0 to 12 million euros in just a few years, with 10,000 square metres of factories and offices between China and Italy, a production capacity of 11,500 tonnes of product per year, contracts and designs with the most famous top architects from Milan to Dubai, from Shanghai to San Francisco and Sydney.
But besides commercial success, our most authentic mission has always been one alone: to produce without destroying.