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Founded in 1960, Bossini is an Italian national leader in the bathroom sector specialized in the production of showers, mixers and accessories for taps. Innovation, Design, Quality, are the fundamental principles on which all Bossini design and production are based.
Its products, dedicated to bathroom, SPA wellness and outdoor environments. The offer is wide and diversified for both the private home and contract sector.
Bossini continues its extraordinary path of technological evolution, directed with precision towards smart manufacturing, the result of constant innovation, a deep knowledge of industrial processes and the incessant investments to implement it. A choice that is the result of great respect for the environment and for people. A real revolution called “industry 4.0”, strong of a production management model oriented to the connection between physical and digital systems, complex analysis through big data and consequent real-time adaptations. This is also why Bossini is an Italian success story that has made the company grow without breaks, increasing more and more the range of products.
The great attention to the theme of environmental sustainability characterizes all the products of the brand, which are made with materials that meet strict international standards and are equipped with technologies aimed at reducing water consumption.
In terms of environmental sustainability, Bossini has recently activated the innovative trivalent chromium plating process, totally free of the hexavalent Chromium VI. International symbol of quality and aesthetics Made in Italy, Bossini is distributed in over 60 countries all over the world and appreciated for the attention to detail, the possibility to develop tailor-made solutions and for the strong attention to the customer: plus distinctive that make unique brand.
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