It is a literally golden period, the one experienced recently by Filippi Boats.
In 2021 it was the undisputed protagonist of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, supplying boats to as many as 52 nations: 28 European countries, 9 between North and South America, 8 from Asia, 5 from Africa and 2 Oceania.
The "Filippi" contingent went into the water for Olympic gold in the Tokyo Sea Forrest Waterway basin with over 50% of the boats competing (110 out of 204), winning 24 medals out of 42 available, equal to 57% of the prize money: 7 gold, 10 silver and 7 bronze.
And on this occasion the last “taboo” was finally dispelled: winning a gold medal at the Olympics on the 8+, a result obtained with the New Zealand “all black” team.
The performances were not less even at the Paralympic Games, where 32 nations were represented, with a contingent of 35 boats out of 48.
The balance of the medals was no less: 33 medals for the boats of Donoratico, of which 9 out of 12 up for grabs (3 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze) in the 4 Paralympic finals.
A result of excellence that confirms standards among the highest in the world and that the company, now led by David Filippi, has been able to build over the years, thanks to a cutting-edge research, innovation and development department and skilled workers, with passion and determination, day after day.
And thanks to an exclusive partner for the painting part, PPG. The Filippi shipyard, constantly looking for innovative solutions, has been collaborating with PPG Refinish Italia for about thirty years to constantly improve the quality of its product, which is tested at all latitudes and at any time of the year by the vast international clientele.
Filippi's choice to use PPG Refinish products derives from several factors: in addition to the quality of the finish, which must always meet high aesthetic standards, PPG products have also proved to be particularly resistant, a feature not to be underestimated considering the context in which the Filippi's products are used, precisely in water.