Fondazione Ansaldo

Fondazione Ansaldo

Acciaierie Venete (Veneto Steelworks)

5 registers (1929-1931)

The origins of this company date back to 1918 with the founding of the Cantieri Navali e Acciaierie di Venezia (Venice Shipyards and Steelworks).

The structure began its activities in Porto Marghera in 1924 with a metal workshop, followed in 1926 by a steel foundry. At the same time, with the incorporation in 1922 of the Udine and Pont S. Martin steelworks, the company came to operate steel facilities in the Veneto region with steelworks and rolling mill. Thanks to these operations, the Marghera facilities extended their operations to the construction of hulls which were fitted out in the company's Giudecca plant.

In 1929 the Cantieri Navali e Acciaierie di Venezia, splitting its shipbuilding activity from its steel operations, founded the Acciaierie Venete A.V.E. for the latter which became property of the Udine and Marghera plants.

In 1931 the Acciaierie Venete A.V.E. was incorporated by Ilva Alti Forni and Acciaierie d'Italia, which in 1934, after beginning improvements to the Marghera plant, permanently closed the Udine site which was at that point obsolete.

Preserved documentation:

Shareholders' meetings minutes;
Board of directors meetings minutes;
Board of directors attendance book;
Board of Auditors meetings minutes;
Executive Committee meetings minutes.





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