Make a Kitchen Statement
Veneta Cucine mission:to produce kitchens by making a craftsman’s expertise available to new trends and to render desigan accessible value.
Veneta Cucine is a family business with a 50-year long history.
The founder is a prime example of a designer with entrepreneurial flair and to this day he is the charismatic head of the business.
Through the years, the business transformed itself from a local enterprise to one of international standards and its business model has evolved from an entrepreneurial to a managerial one: the founder’s children, as well as a team of managers, now work alongside him, each with their own specific roles and portfolios.
The Veneta Cucine group is the largest manufacturer of kitchens in Italy.
Established in 1967 in Biancade, in the province of Treviso, the business changed its name to Veneta Cucine Spa in 1978.
The group employs 500 staff in its 90.000 square meters of covered industrial space that is divided between the production/managerial complex in Biancade (Treviso) and the woodworking factory in Codissago – Longarone (Belluno). Its employees design, produce, administer and distribute 10 systems, 40 models based on 7 different frames, generating 300 options of varying colours and materials. These offer endless possibilities for customisation, so that each year as many as 60.000 kitchens enter the market.
In 2008 the HOMAG production line was introduced. It is completely automated and can produce 4 types of complete and packaged kitchen components: counter tops, shelves, kitchen counters and doors.
- Receives 10 parts per minute
- 600 parts parts houur
- 100.800 parts per month
- 1.060.000 parts per year
2 entrance, the first for cupboards and panels, the second for white goods/appliances, 7 stacker cranes, 3088 shelves that can carry 11000 packages. Average offloading speed of 750 packages per hour, with 3 pallet rack and loading of 3 trucks simultaneously.
Aerial transport of 350 m at a speed of 30 m/min
No manual handling
- drastically reducing the chance of damaging packages
Double reading of bar codes, combined with warehouse data to verify consistency
- error thereby drastically reduced.
Precision and quality of delivery.