Founded in 1929 by Mr. Giacomo Pinti helped by a labour of about twenty workers, the company Pinti, with based in Lumezzane in the province of Brescia, starts manufacturing typical cutlery of those years, i.e. in "chromium-plated brass", to change to "forged steel" ones later on.
Right before the outbreak of the II. World War, the Premises are moved to a bigger factory always in Lumezzane area: the labour is now of 70 workers, so witnessing a more and more active reality inside a growing market.
In 1950 Pinti development is started: all the material used till that moment are laid aside in favour of stainless steel, the actually determining element of Pinti Inox production.
In 1964 the Company moved to the present location in Sarezzo: 15,000 m of covered area, besides the one devoted to offices.
The work started by Mr. Giacomo is got ahead by his sons and grandsons.
In the 70s, the Company Pinti Inox S.p.A. launches a number of engaging models of cutlery on the market; at the same time, it acquires a good share of the cookware market.
In the new millennium, the founder's grandsons are still managing the company with a renewed engagement, aimed to a mean-high production range, where the company can and will express its abilities at its best.