Ferrari’s history is almost a century long.
In fact, between the 1920s and the 1930s, the founder Francesco Ferrari worked on the territory of the lower Lake Garda, first as a simple carpenter also dedicated to the production of funeral coffins, and from 1936 transforming the workshop into a small production plant, animated by new workforce which were trained and properly instructed on the art.
In 1945, once restored the structures damaged by the war, the company decided to devote itself exclusively to the production of coffins, a production that soon became established on foreign markets.
In the mid-1960s, Ferrari experienced an authentic key passage in its path, doubling its plant volumes with the birth of the Ponti sul Mincio headquarters and largely increasing its production.
There are many people who have contributed to make Ferrari what it is today: every carpenter, employee, technician, collaborator and friend has been able to give a part of their experience, ensuring passion and dedication for a profession so ancient and noble as that of the craftsmanship.
Today Ferrari is a major production company and its name stands out among the leaders of the field, combining typical industrial production volumes with the care and passion of the old workshop carpenter.
The company has always pursued two primary objectives: to keep the use of constantly updated tools for woodworking systems in order to be an example of avant-garde, and to operate with care during each phase of the work, until reaching a the best product quality.
These principles have allowed Ferrari, from four generations of the family, to establish relationships with the most important business realities, and to consolidate its position in all regions of Italy and abroad.