In 2008 the Group introduced its completely automated HOMAG production line, which produces four different types of finished and packaged components for kitchen units: tops, shelves, counter-tops and cupboard doors.
In February, 2015, Veneta Cucine introduced a major technological innovation within its production system, completing the project for the installation of a fully-automated warehouse designed specifically to meet the needs of the company as regards the storage, handling and distribution of the packaged components. The introduction of this new automated warehousing system has helped to improve the internal handling procedures and maximize the use of space, and also ensures that the client can trace their order during every phase of production and shipping.
Then in 2016 the company introduced LOTTO1, an automatic just-in-time system for the trimming and edge-finishing of highly-customized elements aimed at responding even more closely to the needs of the clients.
At the beginning of 2019 work on the construction of the new plant in Olmi di San Biagio di Callalta was completed; this plant will be dedicated to the production of Caranto, the company's newest model of technical kitchen tops.
Origin of our wood
European wood such as oak, cherry, chestnut, ash and alder. American wood such the toulipier alder and yellow pine from the United States and yesquero negro from Bolivia.
It is very important to also choose the correct felling season, which exclusively takes place when the trees are at rest, i.e. in winter. During the winter months, the sugar of the trees are transformed into starch, making the trees less susceptible to pest (insects or fungi) that often result in permanent damage to both the structure and the natural colour of the wood.
Veneta Cucine's products are marketed by an extensive distribution network – more than 1,000 highly-qualified dealers in Europa, Asia, Africa, North and South America – and the company has developed a very close working relationship with a network of international distributors who give exclusive space to its products and are able to express all the undisputed character and personality of the brand.
100.000 sq m
600 employees group
5 production facilities
200 kitchens produced every day
In 2003, Veneta Cucine received ISO 9001 certification, which guarantees the quality of the product and the satisfaction of the client; in 2012 the company obtained ISO 14001 certification thanks to their production processes and the use of materials designed to safeguard the environment; in 2013, OHSAS 18001 (now ISO 45001), which focuses on the health and safety in the workplace; finally, in 2019, the company received CATAS/COSMOB approval, as specified in UNI 11674, for the production of "Made in Italy" furniture.
Quality Management System. UNI EN ISO 9001
Environment Management System. UNI EN ISO 14001
Occupational health and safety Management System. ISO 45001
"Made in Italy" certification
In addition, in 2006 the company was one of the first to introduce a closed-cycle water-based painting system which guarantees the same excellent quality while drastically reducing the emission of toxic substances.
In 2003 Veneta Cucine received ISO 9001 certification from the prestigious German testing institute TÜV.
Another important step forward in guaranteeing maximum consumer safety was made in 2011. Veneta Cucine's kitchens were the first (and only) products treated with the exclusive BBS® anti-bacteria treatment known as Bacteria Blocker Silverguard, which is applied to all work-tops and other laminated surfaces liable to come into contact with foodstuffs: work-tops, frames and drawer bottoms.Our Policy for Quality, the Environment and Safety
Veneta Cucine is committed to projects that are projects for living in the broadest sense of the term, and a tribute to sustainability. We employ 100% recycled wood composites for the elements that make up our kitchens, as well as materials that do not create environmental imbalance. Also, we use production methods such as continuous-cycle water-based painting with extremely low emissions of harmful substances.
Underlying the company’s policies is “Green Thinking”, an ecological philosophy behind innovations which not only enhance the functionality of our products, but also help reduce pollution and protect the user’s health.
The kitchen is now a bacteria fighter
At Veneta Cucine, a new buzzword has been circulating for some time now. “Green Thinking” is environmentally friendly thought placed at the service of innovations which lead to a healthier environment and safeguard the wellbeing of the user, besides enhancing the functionality of the company’s products.
One of the most interesting new ideas is BBS® Bacteria Blocker Silverguard, a trademark created for an antibacterial treatment using silver ions. The surfaces of laminates are given this treatment, which reduces bacterial growth by 99.9%.
The great advantage of the system is that the antibacterial power remains unchanged over time, since the silver is not in liquid form; instead, it is encapsulated into particles when the materials are impregnated, so it does not evaporate.
BBS® Bacteria Blocker Silverguard: the star of an historic technological innovation.
BBS® Bacteria Blocker Silverguard is the result of advanced, long-term research into sanitizing with treatments containing precious metals.
One of the most interesting new ideas is BBS® Bacteria Blocker Silverguard, produced by and created for an antibacterial treatment using silver ions. The surfaces of laminates are given this treatment, which reduces bacterial growth by 99.9%.
In other words, the bacteria are first made harmless, and then prevented from proliferating, so that they disappear completely from surfaces in contact with foods and from laminate countertops in the kitchen.
The only anti-pollution and antibacterial ceramic material in the world certified iso.
- ISO 10678:2010
- ISO 27448-1:2008
- ISO 27447:2009
- ISO 22196:2011
- UNI 11484:2013
What is ACTIVE?
ACTIVE Clean Air & Antibacterial CeramicTM is the only photocatalytic, anti-pollution and antibacterial ceramic in the world with ISO 10678: 2010, ISO 27448-1: 2008, ISO 27447: 2009 , ISO 22196: 2011 e UNI 11484: 2013 certifications. ACTIVE slabs purify the air from dangerous pollutants, eliminate bacteria that can cause serious illnesses, destroy the molecules responsible for bad smells, and are easier to clean thanks to their hydrophilic properties. All of this is possible because titanium dioxide (TiO2) is applied to ACTIVE Clean Air & Antibacterial CeramicTM slabs, transforming them into a photocatalytic material. Photocatalysis on ACTIVE slabs means that, in the presence of air, humidity and light, a powerful oxidative process takes place that leads to the decomposition of organic and inorganic contaminants that come into contact with ACTIVE surfaces.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is applied to ACTIVE slabs in the form of micrometric particles and by means of the digital printing technique, which allows for a completely homogeneous distribution of the particles of TiO2 on the surface of the slabs. These particles are fixed on the slabs at high temperature (in the industrial kiln at 680° C). Upon leaving the kiln, the slabs are washed and brushed vigorously to remove any TiO2 particles that might not have adhered to their surface. The micrometric (rather than nanometric) dimension of the TiO2 used in this process prevents health and environmental risks during manufacture. In addition, the ink’s composition and the fixing at high temperature of the TiO2 on ACTIVE Clean Air and Antibacterial CeramicTM slabs make the surface of these slabs unaltered and extremely resistant to abrasion caused by traffic (even by heavy traffic). This guarantees a long-term photocatalytic efficacy.
ACTIVE, now more effective and powerful
ACTIVE maintains ACTIVE’s four photocatalytic properties (antibacterial, anti-pollution, self- cleaning and anti-smell). However, the addition of silver to titanium dioxide in ACTIVE reinforces these four properties. The presence of silver in ACTIVE also ensures:
- Antibacterial activity even in the dark.
- Anti-pollution efficiency even under LED lights.
For more informations visit www.active-ceramic.it.
Kitchens which are reliable, hard-wearing and ergonomically-designed: eye-catching inside and out
With its highly-developed corporate culture, Veneta Cucine boasts an extraordinary volume of production, and every product in the range is built to the highest levels of quality, representing the most sophisticated technologies and the very best of craftsman skills.
Reliability and attractive styling are the distinguishing features of a range of products subdivided into areas of personal tastes, and all beautifully designed – whether in the most modern style or crafted in traditional lines but with all the latest features. Each model, however, is reasonably priced and designed to suit the latest changes in modern home-building.
A 30 cm pull-out column
Magic Corner in anthracite grey
Tandem pull-out column
Le Mans in anthracite grey
Drawers with 30 kg load-bearing capacity and tested to 100.000 aperture/closure cycles
Accessories designed for integration with the work tops
Doors with damping hinges and guides for soft closing
Wall-mount units with illuminated rear panel and automatic aperture
Cutlery trays and accessories for drawers and pan drawers
Customizable fitted spaces
Veneta Cucine satisfies the Dealer’s needs while offering practical advantages to the consumer.
Veneta Cucine complies with the quality standards of an increasingly demanding market, as evidenced by ISO 9001 certification issued by the prestigious TUV Institute in Germany, a qualification which proves that the company uses highly advanced organizational procedures and production methods.
Veneta Cucine is committed to turning its products into veritable “projects of life” in the broadest sense of the term. And as a tribute to sustainability, the company utilizes 100% wood composites to build the elements for its kitchens, employs materials that do not damage the environment, and has implemented production methods which include continuous-cycle water-based enameling, a process that drastically reduces the emission of harmful substances.