The stone of Puglia has constituted in ancient times a wealth for Puglia.
Famous all over the world, it has a dynamic production reality, with a wide range of products.
In particular, the stone of Trani and the stone of Giovinazzo has technological features that allow it to be used in all types of civil construction and architecture.
The stone of Trani and the stone of Giovinazzo, a calcareous conglomerate, belongs to the category of calcareous rocks of debris and biochemical origin.
It is a material characterized by a remarkable compactness and resistance, which allow it to last over time to temperature variations.
The company in addition to dealing with stone processing and research of ancient materials offers a range of services in the construction industry.
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