that extend beyond the textile industry, reflecting our passionate and responsible approach to doing business.
Clear values and goals
We believe in the importance of affirming the value of beauty , through a culture of creative innovation and respect, in order to improve quality of life.
We create fine products and innovative solutions designed to enhance the living experience of our customers, taking a responsible approach at every stage of the textile production chain whilst enhancing our rich tradition and expertise and channelling our professional and creative energies into every initiative.
We believe that creativity and tradition, combined with new technologies and continuous skills-based training, can give rise to innovative solutions that transcend the boundaries of the ordinary, and create the conditions required in order to enjoy a better future.
Our values reflect the ways in which we do business and interact with the world and the people that surround us. These are fundamental principles for us, which are passionately cultivated and shared by everyone within the Group.
Know-how, tradition and passion that the Martinelli family has passed on to all the companies that make up the Group.
technological innovation and continuous training are the driving force behind the development that enable us to broaden our horizons.
Excellence and beauty
a deep focus on the pursuit of beauty. An attitude that is centred upon the creation of value and quality.
the future-oriented spirit of innovation is combined with an ethical approach, giving rise to an organisation that promotes growth and development whilst respecting the local area and people.
The uniqueness of people
Training, dialogue and a focus on the specific aptitudes of each person in the company help to create a stimulating working environment which enables the development and growth of the individual within the group.
The Museum of Textiles
Named after Ginetto Martinelli, the museum was opened in 2005, and in 2013, the new site was inaugurated at the school complex in Leffe (Bg). Created at the behest of the Associazione Ricerche Tessili Storiche (Historical Association of Textile Research)with the support of the Martinelli family and a number of donations, the museum spans 600 square meters, and retraces the history of textile machinery, from the typical medieval loom to the mechanical dobby loom of the 1900s. All the machinery on display is original, restored and in full working order.