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Century of paper

April 1914, with a French letter, Saul Sadoch officially announced the opening in Trieste of his "trading company which will deal in particular with the trade in paper, cardboard and all the articles related to this sector".

A long and intense business story that has lived and is experiencing four generations of the Sadoch family alternating in running the Company.

A story made of passion and dedication to work, choices and courageous decisions that lead Saul Sadoch to excel in the Italian and international market, handing down the Italian style known and appreciated all over the world.

 

Years 
10
1914

Saul Sadoch established in Trieste the company of the same name.

Years 
20

After the difficult period of the World War and the immediate post-war period, from the early twenties Sadoch company fully recovered the activity that during the years of conflict suffered heavy suspensions, and returned to operate in the market.

In the mid-twenties, the Company acquired exclusive sales and representation in Italy, Turkey and Egypt of cigarette papers and tubes, given its quality and experience gained over the years.

1925

A special plant was set up with machines for cigarette papers and tubes packaging.

Years 
30

Thanks to the years of recovery, the Company expands its plant by increasing the number of production machines.

1934

The Sadoch production, well-known and appreciated also abroad, achieved a high recognition in the course of an important industrial exhibition in London, receiving the gold medal.

New packaging machines are built by the company's technicians, and in the same year REX tubes and RIZ BRAVO papers were born.

YEARS 
40
1939-1945

Because of the racial laws instituted by the fascist regime Saul Sadoch, stated "belonging to the Jewish race", incurs in many difficulties in the management of the company, which was managed and directed by that time by his eldest son Emilio.

Despite the difficult periods and the continuous blockages of production due to the war, new products are born in addition to smoking items such as bags for sugared almonds and napkins in crepe paper.

Years 
50

In the period in which the Company was organizing to diversify production and start new strategies, the founder died in February 1950.

The Company, run by their two sons Emilio and Ernesto, was among the first in Italy to operate in the disposable napkins industry.

Optics and Liba napkins as well as Linette multipurpose handkerchiefs were born over the years. 

Years 
60-70

Started at the end of the 50s and completed in the early 60s, the construction of the new plant consisting of five floors with an area of ​​over 6500 square meters bring the Company thrives in the markets at that point well-established. Thanks to modern machineries, in part built at home, and to increasingly growing markets, the Company specializes in Party and picnic items: we realized the first plates in laminated paper, the gift wrapping paper, the lining paper and many products recognised even now as items of high quality.

Years 
80

Following the death of Ernesto Sadoch, in 1981 Paolo Sadoch took over the leadership of the Company and became its administrator.

1982

Sadoch makes an agreement with Walt Disney to use the images of Disney characters on their products following a successful placement in the Company of the third generation, Paolo Sadoch. An important goal achieved that leads Sadoch to bloom again after particularly difficult years.

Years 
90
1994

A paper converting plant is acquired in Feletto Umbreto (UD) which, with a different brand, produces various items such as polypropylene bags.

1998

The realization of a paper graphic pole in the industrial area of Trieste fails due to the renunciation of the other companies involved in the project. Sadoch Company finishes alone the renovation of the new factory purchased in 1994, all on one floor and triple size compared to the previous one. A copious investment that leads the Company to be a leader in its market.

The first photovoltaic system is installed on the roof of the new plant.

Years 
2000
2008

From the time the new plant came into operation, substantial investments have been made, especially from a technological point of view. Since 2009 the company has taken over the fourth generation of the family, Davide Sadoch.

Years 
2010
2017

The plant is extended, building a new warehouse and acquiring a second one. There are an additional 3,000 square meters of covered space that lead the San Dorligo della Valle plant to around 27,000 square meters, with an additional photovoltaic system, the fifth.

A cutting-edge factory.

Years 
10 
1914

Saul Sadoch established in Trieste the company of the same name.

Years 
20 

After the difficult period of the World War and the immediate post-war period, from the early twenties Sadoch company fully recovered the activity that during the years of conflict suffered heavy suspensions, and returned to operate in the market.

In the mid-twenties, the Company acquired exclusive sales and representation in Italy, Turkey and Egypt of cigarette papers and tubes, given its quality and experience gained over the years.

1925

A special plant was set up with machines for cigarette papers and tubes packaging.

Years 
30 

Thanks to the years of recovery, the Company expands its plant by increasing the number of production machines.

1934

The Sadoch production, well-known and appreciated also abroad, achieved a high recognition in the course of an important industrial exhibition in London, receiving the gold medal.

New packaging machines are built by the company's technicians, and in the same year REX tubes and RIZ BRAVO papers were born.

YEARS 
40 
1939-1945

Because of the racial laws instituted by the fascist regime Saul Sadoch, stated "belonging to the Jewish race", incurs in many difficulties in the management of the company, which was managed and directed by that time by his eldest son Emilio.

Despite the difficult periods and the continuous blockages of production due to the war, new products are born in addition to smoking items such as bags for sugared almonds and napkins in crepe paper.

Years 
50 

In the period in which the Company was organizing to diversify production and start new strategies, the founder died in February 1950.

The Company, run by their two sons Emilio and Ernesto, was among the first in Italy to operate in the disposable napkins industry.

Optics and Liba napkins as well as Linette multipurpose handkerchiefs were born over the years. 

Years 
60-70 

Started at the end of the 50s and completed in the early 60s, the construction of the new plant consisting of five floors with an area of ​​over 6500 square meters bring the Company thrives in the markets at that point well-established. Thanks to modern machineries, in part built at home, and to increasingly growing markets, the Company specializes in Party and picnic items: we realized the first plates in laminated paper, the gift wrapping paper, the lining paper and many products recognised even now as items of high quality.

Years 
80 

Following the death of Ernesto Sadoch, in 1981 Paolo Sadoch took over the leadership of the Company and became its administrator.

1982

Sadoch makes an agreement with Walt Disney to use the images of Disney characters on their products following a successful placement in the Company of the third generation, Paolo Sadoch. An important goal achieved that leads Sadoch to bloom again after particularly difficult years.

Years 
90 
1994

A paper converting plant is acquired in Feletto Umbreto (UD) which, with a different brand, produces various items such as polypropylene bags.

1998

The realization of a paper graphic pole in the industrial area of Trieste fails due to the renunciation of the other companies involved in the project. Sadoch Company finishes alone the renovation of the new factory purchased in 1994, all on one floor and triple size compared to the previous one. A copious investment that leads the Company to be a leader in its market.

The first photovoltaic system is installed on the roof of the new plant.

Years 
2000 
2008

From the time the new plant came into operation, substantial investments have been made, especially from a technological point of view. Since 2009 the company has taken over the fourth generation of the family, Davide Sadoch.

Years 
2010 
2017

The plant is extended, building a new warehouse and acquiring a second one. There are an additional 3,000 square meters of covered space that lead the San Dorligo della Valle plant to around 27,000 square meters, with an additional photovoltaic system, the fifth.

A cutting-edge factory.