Protecting your products since 1991

It was 1991 when Walter, Maria Grazia, and Davide started and shaped their project of manufacturing beehives and separators. Back then, the idea of offering the market that particular support for protecting products being shipped worldwide wasn’t very widespread, but it immediately received a positive response.

From that moment, the three pioneers made investments and innovations to stay one step ahead, creating a well-organized structure with technologies and machinery and ensuring quick and customized responses to their customers.

Today, L’Alveare, considered a leading company in the production and delivery of tensioned and corrugated cardboard packaging products, relies on highly experienced collaborators, an always updated machine park, the ability to work with various sizes, and the availability of its own means for direct deliveries.

Sustainability, environmental attention, and organizational efficiency are at the core of the company’s philosophy, in addition to being the basis for the quality of the offering, with the awareness that dealing with fragility and responding to the need to “protect” means thinking thoroughly about preserving every creation of humankind.

The use of recycled and recyclable cardboard allows customers to reduce the carbon footprint of their products, support ing the image of a sustainable company, which is increasingly demanded by the market and consumers.

Solutions of every complexity and size are available for different categories of clients, including the Beverage Sector (separators and beehives for wine, spirits, beverages, and water bottles), Glassware Sector (for glass bottle and container manufacturers, up to a maximum size of 1250 mm), Mechanical and Mechatronics Sector, as well as the Pharmaceutical/ Cosmetic Sector.

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