Nuova Cierre has been operating for thirty years in the south of the province of Brescia, an area with an important tradition in the mechanical and steel industry field that the last years it has been innovated thanks to tireless research and constant innovation in applications and organization.
The province of Brescia since the Middle Ages has always distinguished itself for metalworking. For centuries iron has been extracted from the ore dug in the mines of the valleys with smelting furnaces powered by coal produced in the woods. Starting after the Second World War, with the exhaustion of the mines, Brescia specialized in the production of "secondary" steels and metals (in particular aluminum, brass and copper alloys, lead), that is, obtained from the smelting or recycling of scrap. Throughout this period, the “Brescia” steel industry has been able to adapt to the needs of the territory and the evolution of the markets, modifying production and improving the technology.