Company

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Breton S.p.A. is a global leading company manufacturing machines to process natural stone and metals as well as compound stone processing plants.
Its headquarters are in Castello di Godego, Veneto, but the firm is operating worldwide.

Breton S.p.A counts more than 900 employees, 7 branches abroad and a 200-million-Euro annual turnover.

Breton has grown and ascertained itself on the market thanks to its winning philosophy dedicated to research and development, ongoing improvement, innovation and high-quality products and services.

This philosophy greatly desired by the owners is in fact created by all the people who work within the company and thanks to their creativity and dedication, have contributed to and continue to contribute each and every day to the success of this company.

Breton offers the most complete range of equipment, machines and plants to carry out all the industrial operations of marble, granite and ornamental stone in general: from the cutting of blocks to the finishing and packaging of products.

Breton also manufactures famous Bretonstone®, Bretonterastone® and Bretonstone Cement® systems for the manufacturing of composite stones, and polishing lines for porcelain stoneware.

In the nineties, Breton forced its way in the field of high speed numerical control machining centres, becoming one of the world most important manufacturers in few years.

Breton holds the exclusive right on the "Metalquartz" technology applied to the sector of high speed machining centres, which allowed to considerably increase the machining performances. In the course of time, Breton developed a full range of machining centres, that satisfy all the requirements of the following industrial sectors: Aerospace, Defence, Aeronautics, Automotive, Naval, Motor Racing, Gears, Energy, Die, Automotive and Naval Modelling and Prototyping, General Manufacturing Industry.

In the course of time, Breton developed a full range of machining centres, which satisfy all the requirements of the following industrial sectors:
Aerospace, Defence, Aeronautics, Automotive, Naval, Motor Racing, Gears, Energy, Die, Automotive and Naval Modelling and Prototyping, General Manufacturing Industry.

Breton's range of machining centres was specially conceived for working the following materials: Aluminium, Steel, Titanium, Special Alloys, Composites.