In 1955 Abramo Galassi establishes Faber Plast srl. He wants to invent something new and to grow. With three partners and the work of a single worker he turns plastic into objects for the house.
Faber produces the first plexiglas hood in 1958. The response is immediate: Abramo Galassi has hit the mark.
Faber produces the first extraction hood in 1963. The company starts to grow: in the late sixties there are about one hundred workers and the company is ready to tackle foreign markets.
Faber plast becomes Faber SpA in 1972. Investors have confidence and the activity gets under way. Faber is the name for hoods in Italy. The hood’s sector is now an industrial reality
In the early eighties heavy investments in technology to automate production and to modernize the plants make Faber’s rise unstoppable. Flaminia Deutschland becomes operative.
The holding FinFaber SpA is established in 1987 to manage investments in Faber SpA and to promote growth of commercial branches in the UK, USA and Canada.
JV’s with leading companies in air treatment characterize the first half of the 90’s: Mepamsa in Spain, Spar in Argentina become part of the Faber Group and Flaminia Aspirator Turkey opens.
Faber looks at the Asian markets and in 1996 establishes Flaminia Nanjing in China and in 1997 Faber Heatkraft in India.