About Indiana

INDIANA is a market leader company that produces automatic machines for fresh pasta, homemade pasta, sweet and savory finger food etc.

This Brazilian Company was founded in 1945 and is located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.

Its name refers to the ship that brought the Biasi family, the founder of Indiana, from Italy to Brazil. Currently in the management of Indiana we have Biasi brothers: Waldir and Wilson.

Indiana was the first all-Brazilian company to develop industrial equipment for the manufacture of pasta in Brazil after World War II and, up to now, is the only player in the market with fully Brazilian technology.

It aims to develop, produce and market machines that expedite the food production.

Besides contemplating the entire national territory, nowadays, we have machines spread around the world and we export to all continents.