“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.”

Gustav Mahler

1770-1775
Matteo Bianchi and the first keys
1871-1878
Celestino Bianchi conquers the markets
1900-1915
The world’s most ancient keys catalogue
1925-1932
Camillo Vittore’s trips from Cibiana to Vienna
1954
A new era: from Cadore to Conegliano
1964-1968
Camillo Bianchi, a key cutting pioneer, establishes SILCA
1978-1991
From father to son: Massimo Bianchi joins the family business
1998-2001
The agreement between Massimo Bianchi and Mariacristina Gribaudi
2002
A new beginning: Massimo Bianchi purchases Keyline
2004
Towards an international dimension: Keyline USA is launched
2009-2011
The family system: the eighth generation joins Keyline
2013
Culture in the workplace: opening of the Keyline museum

“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.”

Gustav Mahler