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Spinning yarn for 270 years


Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Germany, Spain and Russia: these are the main markets where Piacenza Cashmere 1733 does business, and where it earns about 50 percent of its turnover. The success of this entirely family-owned company’s long-standing entrepreneurial venture is based on research and innovation, as Enzo Piacenza, who heads the company together with his brother Carlo and his cousin Vittorio, says in this interview.

Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Germany, Spain and Russia: these are the main markets where Piacenza Cashmere 1733 does business, and where it earns about 50 percent of its turnover. The success of this entirely family-owned company’s long-standing entrepreneurial venture is based on research and innovation, as Enzo Piacenza, who heads the company together with his brother Carlo and his cousin Vittorio, says in this interview.

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