Tramontina Celebrates 100th Anniversary

SUGAR LAND, Texas-The Tramontina Group was founded 100 years ago this year, and to celebrate Tramontina USA has unveiled the company's 100th anniversary logo. The Tramontina Group is named after Valentin Tramontina, an Italian entrepreneur who founded The Tramontina Group in Brazil in 1911, and is headquartered in Rio Grande do Sul, the southernmost state of Brazil. Tramontina USA is now one of the largest corporate affiliates of the Tramontina Group, the company said.

"Our 100th anniversary is a time to introduce new products and to thank our retail partners for their part in our continuing success," said Antonio Galafassi, president and CEO of Tramontina USA. "It is also a time to focus on our commitment to being a powerhouse for retailers by offering unsurpassed service and responsiveness."


The 100th anniversary logo honors Tramontina's long-standing heritage, the company said, while looking to the future with contemporary graphics that denote optimism, leadership and strength.

HFN Staff | News & Commentary

HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.


  • Von Tobel Cites Brass Textures Among Top Trends

    Camera Icon   More Videos

Subscribe to
HFN Omnichannel
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.

Current Issue

  • HFN cover for September 2017


    September 2017


    2017 State of the Industry Report
    Cautious Optimism, Mixed Results

    Many expected 2016 would be a banner year, but the political and economic climate softened consumer confidence. It was also a year consumers spent more lavishly on home remodeling rather than decorating.


    •  TJX Unveils First U.S. Homesense Store - In a time when retailers are reducing store counts, TJX continues to get physical.
    •   Ikea’s Fluid Spaces - The retailer’s new intros reflect multifunctional rooms.
    •  N.Y. Home Fashions Market Preview - Textile textures get soft and cozy, colors warmer.