A dynamic, young company that is in continuous evolution. This is Argo, located in Calcinaia (PI), specialized in digital printing on any type of leather:from classic to faux leather, from split to finished leather, up to precious skins such as python and crocodile, with all-over prints or prints on already cut pieces.
Argo can also print on any colour, whether it be on white, black or laminated. The company was founded in 2002, when Filippo Boldrini and his current partner decided to take over a historic tannery in the Leather District of Santa Croce and a famous brand. Together with the person that would soon become the third Argo partner, they had initially conceived the project. Today, Argo has two brilliant and determined partners, open to new ideas and always looking for original solutions to offer its clients. In a few years, the company has grown and has earned the esteem of the important national and international fashion labels.
Argo works for many different sectors: from that of leather goods to footwear, and furnishings; it is in fact the only company capable of printing on whole calfskins. with a production capacity of approximately 30,000 pieces per day, the company has a vast catalogue of graphic designs, all customizable and modifiable by size and colour, collected over years of experience and created by a close-knit team, comprised of four designers. Argo’s strengths are its ability to listen to clients and its ability to be in step with them, to better understand their needs and transform ideas into concrete products with impact. Innovation plays a crucial role for the company and that is why, looking to the future, Argo has decided to never stop innovating. “we invest continuously on technological equipment and software of the latest generation, both in terms of graphics and printing - says Filippo Boldrini, one of the Argo partners - with the aim of constantly offering a more advanced service in the development of designs and graphics details, with refined embossing and texture, to meet the high standards of quality and design required by the fashion companies.” Continuous professional development is also crucial for Argo’s current 13 employees. A company that follows the wave of innovation, aware that it can lead it to exciting challenges and successes