ILSA is the acronym for Industria Laminazione Stampaggio Alluminio, i.e. Factory for rolling and pressing aluminium. The first product bearing this mark is the typical Italian coffee maker called ‘napoletana’; it is manufactured through high quality materials and improved through some changes. The founder of ILSA organizes the factory by giving it a commercial technical feature apt to meet both the Italian and the international market, in particular the American market.
ILSA ideology can be summarised as follows: “Exploitation of the technical experience which has been accumulated and awareness of the market trend in order to renew tradition”. ILSA constantly pays attention to evolution in technology and changing market practice. In 1956 production in stainless steel is started off and shortly ILSA gains market approvals.