1934 – Alberto Rossini is born in Carate Brianza; his parents (Pietro and Anna) own a public house in the hamlet of Realdino. He has three sisters: Amelia, Irma and Marisa.
1954 – He bought his first sculpture by the sculptor Negri who was contacted for the construction of his father’s tomb died some years ago.
1968 – He got married with Luisa Terruzzi
1969 – Thanks to its consolidated experience gained in mould making by a leader company he established RANGER ITALIANA in Carate Brianza that became a leader in molding of plastic materials in a short time.
1969 – The first son named Matteo is born
1970 –The second son named Pietro is born
1972 – The mould making was supported by the Department of thermoplastic materials moulding and then Rangerplast was founded
1973 – Ranger Italiana produced the world-first bumper mould in SMC (fiberglass polyester) for Renault 5
1974 – The third son named Marco is born
1975 – Vice-president and then President of the football team Caratese Calcio.
1976 – He participated in Vasaloppet and different world-famous cross-country skiing races
1983 – He started to build his villa designed by a famous architect Gianfranco Frattini
1985 – He started his collaboration with VITRA, one of Europe’s leading furniture companies which produces seat components that have made the history of design (Panton Chair, Persona (Architect Mario Bellini), Vis-a-Vis (Architect Antonio Citterio)
1986 – An armed robber went up to him with his whole family gathered in the old villa of Briosco and then they moved to the new villa.
1987 – He supported initiatives of the theatre company Glauco Mauri with whom he formed a close friendship
1988 – The artist Franz Stähler exhibited his latest works in the park of his villa and he became a close friend
1989 – The beloved son Pietro died in a car accident
1991 – He organized a major exhibition of Pietro Consagra at the at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg (the first Italian contemporary artist who exhibited in this museum)
1994 – He suffered a brain hemorrhage from which he recovered perfectly
1995 –His company started a business partnership with Ferrari: Ranger became the first supplier of plastic parts and composite materials, then followed by Audi, Porsche, Aston Martin, BMW, Bentley, Maserati, Rolls Royce and all the most important sector brands
1998 – He received the most desirable Guggenheim Business and Culture Award
1998 – He supported the famous French artist César in the project ‘Milan Suite’, then exhibited at the Fondation Cartier in Paris