Safety

Co.Bo srl is a worldwide leader in plastic injection moulding for footwear.

Our company has represented the made in Italy in the production of soles and components for every type of footwear since 35 years ago , serving the best brands on the market.

STEP 1 - Designing

At this stage, our technicians examine the customer’s requirements. From the first sketches on paper, we make the first prototypes and 3D files of the article required. We present the physical product through handmade models made by expert craftsmen or with the help of 3D printing techniques.

STEP 2 - Mould Engineering

Casting and mechanical mould realization for samples and mass production.Thanks to our technicians, we’re able to identify problems and propose solutions to ensure quality and production efficiency of our products.

STEP 3 - Target / Testing

Once the first samples have been made, our in house laboratory named CoBo LAB (or external laboratories) tests the chosen compounds. So we can verify that the final product maintains the properties required by the customer in the prototyping process. In this phase the customer approves the samples first, so we can proceed to mass production.

STEP 4 - Production

30 two-colour vertical injection moulding machines and 9 horizontal injection moulding machines to serve our customers in terms of production, mass production or sampling. Assembly, gluing and finishing are collateral services that we offer to our clients according to have a complete product.


Reasons to use TPU on Safety Footwear.

- Equipped with the same or better grip design

Resistance to flexure

- Greater variety in design

- Quality in detail

- Multicoloured flowerbeds

- Productivity and process simplicity in the production of shoes for direct knitting

(Injection Molding Process)

- Possibility of using different materials

(Shock Absorber)


We work on all types of footwear, bringing our know-how gained over time.

Sport, fashion and safety with a production capacity of about 15 thousand pairs of soles and 20 thousand components per day.

Niccolò Miranda