Galvanina manages three production plants located in central Italy, in the regions of Emilia Romagna and the Marche: Galvanina, Val di Meti and San Giuliano.
The production premises are located close to the three springs. Each plant handles production of different types of soft drinks.
Located in the hills near Rimini, the premises are built near the historical Galvanina spring, which gives its name to the company.
Construction of the industrial plant dates back to 1928, but bottling activity had actually begun at the turn of the century.
As well as being where Galvanina’s management offices are located, the plant continues to produce and bottle natural and sparkling mineral water and both organic and conventional soft drinks.
The San Giuliano plant is also located near Rimini, at the eponymous source that takes its name from the Christian martyr, St Julian.
Initially a source that merely supplied locals, it is now a production and bottling plant for natural and sparkling mineral water and both organic and conventional soft drinks.
The Apecchio plant is located in the heart of the central Apennines of the Marche, between the regions of Umbria and Tuscany.
The spring that supplies the site is the Val di Meti spring, which rises spontaneously on Mount Carda, about 700 meters above sea level.
The production plant produces and bottles natural and sparkling mineral water and flavored waters.