• Via Macina 2, Salvaterra di Casalgrande RE 42013



Mineraria di Boca believes that customer satisfaction, together with respect for environmental components are distinctive and fundamental elements of its activities, for these reasons it began its certification process in 2007, obtaining the certification of its Environmental Management System in 2009 according to the ISO 14001:2015 standard.

Mineraria di Boca is aware of its role in ensuring high levels of service efficiency and environmental protection through punctual, efficient, quality services that are constantly attentive to policies to reduce environmental impacts.

bureau veritas certification - iso 14001


Mineraria di Boca spa is a dynamic company operating in the field of raw materials since the 19th century, specialized in exploitation of mineral deposits (mining) for the production of raw materials for the ceramic, refractory and cement industry.

The first mineral concessions for mining were signed in 1854 by Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour, head of the Piedmontese government at that time.

At present the company is carrying out mining activities in Piedmont and Sardinia.

White refractory clays and feldspars are extracted at the above-mentioned quarries thus allowing the company to meet the requirements of an ever more attentive and competent market.
Our facilities are fitted out with lump-breaking, grinding, drying systems and industrial buildings with wide yards that allow materials storage and handling.

The mining concessions extent and daily checks performed in in-house chemical-technological laboratory by our technicians, allow us to guarantee continuity of process and quality of our products over time.

A raw materials storage building is operational in Fiorano which, according to the customers’ requirements, provides a mixing and delivery activity thus improving the service offered by Mineraria di Boca.

Our company aims at guaranteeing the quality of its national products and at marketing them within the territory through a careful attention paid to any phase: from the extraction of minerals to processing of clays up to operating and logistic phases leading to delivery to the end-customer.