An ancient document in the Historic Archives of Matelica suggests that production of ‘Bambagina’ or ‘Amalfi’ paper was already active in Fabriano.
Giuseppe Fedrigoni founded the San Colombano paper mill at Trambilleno (Rovereto).
Giuseppe Antonio Fedrigoni founded the paper mill in Verona.
Gianfranco Fedrigoni, grandson of Giuseppe, acquired the Varone paper mill (TN), adding it to the existing plant in Verona.
Shortly before the end of the war, the Verona paper mill was completely destroyed during a bombing raid. The family and some employees financed reconstruction using their own savings, without receiving state aid or funds from the Marshall Plan.
The third factory was opened in Arco (TN) to produce the first punched cards for IBM computers in the early days of the information technology era.
The first test batch of Post-It™ sheets was manufactured by 3M using paper made at the Varone paper mill.
The first international subsidiaries were opened for distribution in Germany and Spain, followed in 1993 by Fedrigoni UK and Fedrigoni France.
Arconvert was inaugurated - a new company producing self-adhesive papers.
The Manter company in Girona (Spain) was acquired, dedicated to the production of adhesive papers.
The Euro became the single European currency: Fedrigoni acquired the historic Miliani Fabriano paper mills, an Italian cultural heritage dating back to 1264; its production range also includes the paper used for Euro bank notes.
Fabriano Securities was founded, on the basis of an investment in the Mantegazza company, specialising in security and anti-counterfeiting systems.
Inauguration of Fedrigoni Asia. Opening of the Castelraimondo stationery factory (Fabriano).
Opening of Arconvert Brasil, the first overseas production reality for the Group.
Opening of Fedrigoni Austria and Fedrigoni Benelux.
Celebrating 125 years of Fedrigoni
Acquisition of GPA – Gummed Papers of America (Usa) and of the brasilian company that today is Fedrigoni Brasil Papeis Ltda.
A new shareholder join the ownership and management of the Fedrigoni group – the Bain Capital Fund – alongside the Fedrigoni family, which remains a minority shareholder
Acquisition the Cordenons Group