Miton loves Italian excellence passed down through generations with an eye to the future. In the early 1960s, Giuseppe Arangiaro embarked on his endeavour. He soon realised that “made in Italy” items guaranteed success, so he began exporting his creations; in the space of a few years, he became one of the biggest exporters of modular kitchens, such that his exploits attracted the attention of an American multinational company.
Times change, however, alongside materials, demand, design and taste. What doesn’t change, though, is the need for quality – an essential requirement then and now. The company is now managed by Antonio, Giuseppe’s son, with the same foresightedness and awareness that Italian products – with their creativity and reliability – are still held in high regard throughout the world. Thus the adventure continues with the same gusto and passion of the past, coupled with a renewed sense of environmental awareness and with the certainty that quality can be accessible to all.
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