The Italian tannery is mourning: farewell to Angelo Sari (Martucci Teresa)

The Italian tannery is mourning: farewell to Angelo Sari (Martucci Teresa)

A very serious mourning strikes the Italian tannery and the Solofra leather district as they say goodbye to Angelo Sari, owner of Martucci Teresa. Sari died in Rome, where he was hospitalised due to an incurable disease. He would have turned 64 on April 22.

Farewell to Angelo Sari

A reference tanner for the Solofra district and beyond. Angelo Sari (pictured) is remembered by friends and colleagues as an old-time entrepreneur. He was serious, upright, endowed with a natural kindness and hospitality, personally committed to the defence and promotion of leather and the Solofra district. Not surprisingly, he was president of the Tanning Section of Confindustria Avellino. Without forgetting the assiduous participation in the national association life, in the role of director of UNIC – Italian Tanneries, and as president, in the early 2000s, of SSIP (Experimental Station for the Leather and Tanning Materials Industry).

Conceria Martucci Teresa

Angelo Sari led Conceria Martucci Teresa, which took its name from his mother who, together with her husband Mario Sari, founded it in 1966. In 1986, Angelo and his brother Nicola joined the company, further developing its market solidity, based on production of lamb, goat and calf leathers for clothing, footwear and leather accessories. For some time now, the third generation has also been active at the helm of the tannery in Solofra: the sons of Angelo, Teresa and Mario.





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