Nuova Stamor was born in 1967 in Mortara, in the heart of the footwear district near Vigevano - and immediately establisheditself as one of the most capable companies in the manufacturing of footwear moulds.
Fifty years of success have led the company to be, today, a real reference point for the industry, in particular for the manufacturing of moulds for the production of “Full plastic” shoes.
Today, Nuova Stamor’s consolidation and growth continue thanks to a young and dynamic team, constantly engaged in research and development, in order to provide a service and a product made with cutting-edge techniques.
”What matters to us is to solve our customers’ problems, to do what seems impossible. I always say - continues Manuela Pallavicini, owner of Nuova Stamor - that the best way to do something, even if it is difficult, is to do it. This will to innovate, to find alternative and new solutions, to follow even unusual paths, is the passion that enlivens our work”.
This is exemplified by some of the most recent projects completed by the new plant in Cergnago (Pavia). The mould for Beuchat freediving fin and the mould for EVA bags. Akkua R’Evolution Running, Fitness and Free-time, a barefoot-simulating shoe designed for the outdoor world in partnership with the Sapienza University of Rome. Or the projects for the safety world, like Stimela XP, a very flexible mine boot, with the metatarsal protection integrated into the mould.
The high technical level of the operators, supported by software and machines that are continuously developed, enables the company from Vigevano to control every step of the manufacturing cycle, in order to ensure the highest possible quality, which is then validated by the internal test on the moulds made.
Nuova Stamor production includes all the moulds feasible today: for the direct injection of PU-PU, PU-TPU, PU-rubber and PVC; full plastic/boots; “Full EVA”, technical articles/fashion.
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