DEMA Show 2022

| November 1- 4 2022 | Orlando, FL

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Maniago,  PN 
  • Booth: 1942

Knife makers since 1936 in Maniago, Italy


In 1936, Giovanni Di Bon together with other partners created a small factory that worked for other knife manufacturers.

In 1958, his son Roberto also entered in partnership.

In 1964 the present Mac Coltellerie was founded, and that oriented its production towards the classical little knives for souvenirs and promotionals.

Afterwards Mac made it's first passes in creating other types of knives thanks to Roberto's experience in sports. Thus, around 1978, the first hunting and diving knives were produced. And at this point our company started a process of variety enlarging the production of diving knives and starting to produce nautical, fishing and rescue knives. 

With the growing production firm a bigger factory was needed and in 1984, Mac moved to the industrial zone where it is as of today.

In 2003, Roberto's son Matteo joined to take part in his business, bringing a major computerization to the business.

Thanks to the most up-to-date equipment, Mac Coltellerie developes the whole production process in its factory: carrying out its own moulds for the moulding presses and blancking presses.

This guarantees to the clients of Mac a product of 100% quality Made in Italy.

Booth: 1942