Sanguineti grows again and aims to triple revenues in 2026


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The production plant in Chiavari - Sanguineti
The production plant in Chiavari – Sanguineti

On the one hand, there is an artisanal dimension represented by Sanguineti, a Ligurian company based in Chiavari with 65 years of experience in building sought-after, high-quality equipment for superyachts. Specializing in the production of gangways, multifunction ladders, dinghy davits, skylights and opening hardtops, Sanguineti can supply any component needed for a superyacht, even custom-made ones. This ability to offer customized solutions has made the company a benchmark in the luxury marine industry.

Sanguineti: quality craftsmanship, industrial power

On the other hand, this craftsmanship has been enhanced at the industrial level by the acquisition by Quick Group in 2023, a strategic move that combined Sanguineti’s tradition and craftsmanship with Quick Group’s industrial power and resources. This acquisition led to significant growth in revenues, which had increased 48% between 2022 and 2023 and already mark +27% looking at the 2024 figure over 2023. The forecast for the future is even more ambitious, with an expectation to triple revenues by 2026.

Behind this success is substantial investment. Quick Group is investing about 2.2 million euros in new machinery, expanding both facilities and human resources to support growing market demand, with the 40- to 80-meter superyacht slice representing the company’s main market. This investment has not only improved Sanguineti’s production capacity, but also enabled the company to maintain the high quality standards for which it is renowned. With 40 percent of production already sold by 2025, the company is well positioned to continue to grow and meet the needs of demanding customers.

This combination of craftsmanship and industrial power represents a winning synergy. Sanguineti can now leverage Quick Group’s large-scale production capabilities and resources without losing the artisanal touch that has made it famous. This balance is the secret of Sanguineti ‘s success and the foundation on which its ambitious growth prospects are built. Through this union, the superyachts of the future will be equipped with components that not only meet the highest expectations in terms of functionality and design, but also carry with them a history of quality craftsmanship and technological innovation.



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