Presentation of the 2023 Sustainability Report

On Wednesday, July 17 at 10:30 AM, Cartiere Carrara will present its 2023 Sustainability Report, a document that reflects our commitment to sustainable and responsible practices. This event will be an opportunity to share with employees and stakeholders the achievements of the past year, the challenges faced, and future goals. Sustainability is at the core of our actions, and through targeted initiatives, we continue to develop all our products sustainably, promoting energy efficiency, responsible resource management, and community well-being. The event will be broadcast live on our LinkedIn page.



Cav. Lav. Massimo Carrara, President of Cartiere Carrara S.p.A.


Gaetano Ievolella, CEO of Cartiere Carrara S.p.A.

Francesco Ferrara, Partner at PwC Italy, ESG Leader

Cristiano Dutto, Quality and Sustainability Director at Cartiere Carrara S.p.A.

Alessandra Aonzo, ESG Senior Manager at PwC Italy

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The Cartiere Carrara Group celebrates 150 years of history.

The Cartiere Carrara Group celebrates 150 years of history.

The Cartiere Carrara Group celebrates 150 years of history.

With the acquisition of the Caldaroni Group, the Cartiere Carrara Group is born, paving the way for new growth and future goals.

The Carrara family’s activities are brought back together under the aegis of Cartiere Carrara S.p.A., thus unifying their resources and consolidating their position in the industry.

Mario Carrara’s branch of the family decides to resume the activities previously excluded from the 2002 transfer, starting from Cartiera Carma, of which it had always maintained exclusive ownership. With fresh new impetus, the family re-enters the professional and consumer tissue market.

The turn of the millennium brings new opportunities. Cartoinvest is sold to the multinational SCA.

Cartoinvest becomes the exclusive licensee of the Kleenex brand for Europe, thus confirming its leadership in the European tissue market.

The Cartoinvest Group is founded, and takes control of no less than twelve companies in Italy and in Europe, further strengthening their presence and influence in the industry.

The historical plant in Pietrabuona starts its first continuous machine for tissue paper, introducing remarkable technological innovations in the manufacturing process.

The Carrara family makes its debut in the paper manufacturing business, opening a paper mill in Pietrabuona to make straw paper.