Italian manufacturer Ponte Giulio is touching down in the UK.

Ponte Giulio announces UK landing

Published:  02 April, 2014

Ponte Giulio, Italian manufacturer of disabled products for bathrooms, has recently opened a warehouse and offices in Hove, East Sussex.

Ponte Giulio is now selling products worldwide through distributors and its sister company in the USA. Founded in 1973, the evolution of the company’s product range over time has led to a specialism in products that are, according to the company, aesthetically pleasing and appropriate for hospitals, nursing homes, hotels and other commercial and residential uses.

General manager Enrico Carloni said: “The Ponte Giulio range is a high quality and more visually appealing selection of accessible bathroom products than the standard products that are generally available in the UK. They appeal to those who are proud of the appearance of their bathroom, or are aware of the need for this kind of assistance but wish it to be attractive and stylish, rather than clinical and functional.

“Ponte Giulio’s single focus is solutions for safe bathrooms. We also manufacture standard and bespoke basins as well as shower trays in acrylic stone.

“We offer coloured products that are soft and warm to the touch, environmentally friendly, provide a superior non-slip surface and are antimicrobial. We offer the architectural and design community solutions and options, with soft, warm lines compatible with today’s style of bathroom fixtures.”

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