From the 1940s on, the family tradition was metal machining. Company growth soared in the 1970s boosted also by a readily available work force and the economic boom during those years of growth, when initiatives by small businesses positively drove the future of manufacturing and Italian design.
In the 1990s, Carraro Tito e Figli became an organised, independent business, capable of offering clients a complete package ranging from manufacturing to assembly.
The company built strong relationships with the design, furniture and lighting market, founded on its constant quest for high quality and flexible manufacturing, not able to be guaranteed by all subcontractors.
From 2000 up to today, conversely to many competitors, the company has made what turned out to be a winning choice of opting to increase its overall skills base, rather than take the route of hyperspecialization and decentralization of manufacturing.
Today, some of the most important Italian and foreign design firms collaborate with Carraro Tito e Figli in creating finished and semi-finished objects within a permanent, synergistic partnership.