The early 1950s were challenging times for the Zobele brothers, in the quest for new manufacturing and organizational solutions, but also rich of good news: the third generation was arriving.
The early 1950s were challenging times for the Zobele brothers, yet they were also years of hope, characterized by a desire to grow. Enrico's moral and material heritage spurred on both Luigi and Fulvio and the factory’s employees, who became increasingly involved in the quest for new manufacturing and organizational solutions.
In the midst of this future-oriented commitment to business, 1950 brought family happiness to Luigi when his first son, Enrico, was born; named after his grandfather, he would go on to play a pivotal role in the management of the company. A few years later Enrico’s sister, Giovanna, arrived.
The following year, Fulvio celebrated the birth of his first son Franco, who inherited his father’s aptitude for applied research and his passion for improving processes and products. Alessandra, Luisa and Giovanni followed, with the latter also playing a part in the company’s history.
The third generation of the Zobele family had, then, well and truly arrived.
(from left: Giovanni, Luigi, Fulvio, Enrico, Franco in the 1990s)