1974: Pellini is established in Codogno (LO) as a family-run craft business, which manufactures venetian blinds, folding doors, mosquito nets and awnings.
1984: Beginning of the company’s collaboration with a leading corporation specializing in the production of venetian blinds for interiors. This allows Pellini to emerge from a strictly local market to and extend its activity to the national scene.
1990: An integrated system for insulating glass starts to be engineered. This solution allows in integrated blind to be raised and tilted, maintaining its characteristics without drilling the glass.
1992: The first ScreenLine® range system is created, in which the transmission of the movement takes place through the rotation of a couple of interfaced magnets.
1994: The company decides to abandon the twenty-year production of outdoor roofing and to focus on the design of the new, increasingly enhanced ScreenLine® systems, and of high-performance technical blinds for interiors.
1998: A global network of licensees is set up, with the aim of promoting ScreenLine products through production units located in all continents.
2009: In Belo Horizonte, Brazil, the Cidade Administrativa Minas Gerais, designed by the internationally renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer, with its 22,000 blinds, is achieved with the highest number of integral blinds on a facade.
2010: Pellinindustrie CZ, Pellini’s production unit in the Czech Republic, is founded with the aim of increasing production capacity and meeting the growing demand for ScreenLine systems.
2016: Finglas, the glassworks based in Trento with a production unit in Badia Polesine (RO), is created from the union of skilled and experienced staff in the world of glass to offer cutting-edge integrated glass+shading solutions dedicated to modern architecture.
2020: The Codogno office is expanded with the creation of new spaces to improve the collaboration and coordination of the Pellini Lab, the Research and Development and Production departments.