"Art is the motor of transformation, the union of beauty and quality" says Paolo Carli President of Henraux
Company Henraux, a historic Italian company founded in 1821 in the Carrara marble district, a world leader in the creation of artworks, projects and design elements made in marble, recently wanted to make a strategic choice aimed to improve its production both in quality and productivity terms.
Paolo Carli states that "Research and development are the driving elements of Henraux": starting from this assumption the company started to choose the new technological partner for the new cutting lines.
The choice fell on Donatoni Macchine, with the SX-5 multi-spindle cutting line, equipped with 5 spindle units integrated with an existing loading system, an ideal solution for the production of floors and claddings, and with the SPRINTER bridge cutter suited to realize those customized interior projects such as kitchens, bathrooms, stairs, etc. and equipped with the patented double bench system that provides to completely reduce the downtime of a normal bridge saw; two solutions both patented and oriented to increase the productivity, reliable and easy to use like the entire range of machines produced by Donatoni.
"I approached Donatoni as I was attracted by the quality of the machines and by the engineering that comes out from these machines, from the mind of these machines" continues Paolo Carli during the interview, "Technology is primary, to join with a group knowing how to make advanced technology is necessary to improve and to develop new solutions on the basis of production needs”.
The close proximity of this well known marble company to the world of art and design every day pushes its artisans and operators to find new solutions to improve production; in Donatoni technologies the company found what its employees need to produce better and faster, but by saving the tradition and territorial identity typical of the Carrara area.
Thanks for the availability to Paolo Carli, president of Henraux SPA, and to the support of Aldo Colonetti, philosopher of the Milan Polytechnic.