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5. May 2022

The 2022 quarring season has begun!

Already in April, our workers cleared the access road to the Covelano marble quarry from snow. And right on time in May, the quarrying of the new marble blocks began. The picture shows the first marble block quarried in 2022 and the access road to the Covelano marble quarry cleared of snow.

10. Sep 2021

MARMOMAC 2021 – HALL 9, BOOTH nbr. C6

You will find us this year at the Marmomac in hall 9, booth no. C6. Appointments with our sales team can already be arranged now: Horst Unterfrauner phone: +39 3487779720 mail: or Christoph Koch phone: +39 3489200521 mail:

3. May 2021

The new mining season in the marble quarry begins!

After a long winter we are happy to inform our customers that the Covelano quarry has been cleared of snow. Our marble quarry workers are already busy extracting new marble blocks.

23. Dec 2020

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year 2021!

We would like to thank you for the good cooperation and the trust you have placed in us.

Our office will be closed from 23/12/2020 to 11/01/2021. The marble factory will start its production again on Monday, 18/01/2021. For urgent enquiries please contact

20. Aug 2020

VESTER DLACIA by Aron Demetz - Monument in Covelano Marble

In Bolzano South, as soon as the visitor leaves the motorway, he is welcomed by a 9 m high and 267 tons heavy "Covelano Marble Mountain" consisting of 26 individual blocks in the form of the monument VESTER DLACIA by the artist Aron Demetz.

Looking back on a long tradition of sculptured marble, Covelano marble has been regularly used for important and large monuments in the past.

The marble for the Monument was quarried in the Covelano marble quarry, transported to the marble works in Silandro for processing and design, and finally assembled by the Covelano Marble Company in Bolzano South.

The Covelano Marble Company realized the Monument in collaboration with the internationally renowned artist Aron Demetz and the patron Heinrich Gasser.