It was in 1983 that Pizarro was born, the result of an old and longed-for dream of seeing a company in the denim industry grow, focused on innovation, creativity and sustainability.
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Birth of Pizarro SA
Pizarro Sa, installed in the north of Portugal, was born in 1983. Today it has more than 30 years of history, 343 employees, 34,000 m2 of area, creates around 50,000 pieces a day, implements 4 new processes every 6 months and launches 2 collections per year.
It soon became known for its innovation and vision, characteristics that make it one of the fashion centers, referenced by the best stylists and designers from around the world, being one of the leading finishing companies.
Creation of the laundry sector
Lavandaria is a sector that began in 1983 and is dedicated to washing and treating garments made in knits and fabrics, with an emphasis on Denim.
This sector ensures all kinds of services that allow you to add value to pieces that are made, whether it is fabrics or knits, changing the properties of materials and managing to create innovative looks in all types of clothing, through the constant updating of machinery that allows you to be hand in hand with market demands.
Creation of the Dyeing sector
The dyehouse started its activity in 1988, developing, since then, services in the area of whitening and dyeing piece items, not only knitted but also made of fabric.
Currently, Pizarro is among the best companies in the world dedicated to the activity of dyeing confectioned articles and holds a consolidated position in the foreign market. The automation of the dyeing sector and production robotization took place in 1992.
Creation of the finishing sector
The finishing sector started its activity in 1998. It is through this that the last details are applied to the manufactured pieces, such as pressing, labeling, packaging and delivery of garments, preparing them for the points of sale.
Creation of the stamping sector
The stamping industry started its activity between 2005 and 2006. This sector is dedicated to the ennoblement of manufactured pieces using stamping.
Development of R&D projects
In order to respond to the most recent strategic objectives, Pizarro SA invested in the creation of the product design and development department.
This department is responsible for the operational management of the "factory of new products", ensuring orientation of the company's structure and strategy with the technological development policy advocated by the company's management.