Vice Minister Valentini visits Alcantara in Narni. Angelo Papa’s photos

NARNI Institutional visit by the Vice Minister of Enterprise and Made in Italy, Valentino
Valentini, on Wednesday afternoon, at the Nera Montoro Alcantara factory in Narni, which produces the material of the same name used around the world and in sectors ranging from fashion and accessories to automotive, from the ‘interior design and home decoration up to
consumer electronics
Welcomed by the president and Andrea Boragno, Valentini has done it
visited the plants together with the institutional guests, accompanied by plant manager Giovanni Addino and sustainability director Carlo Ammirati.
The deputy minister emphasized how Alcantara represents “an example of an iconic brand that identifies with the company. Thanks to companies like Alcantara – he said – made in Italy qualifies as a brand that includes many within it
others, able to construct an imaginary, a set of
values, an emotion. Italian entrepreneurs are the true ambassadors of an inclusive and non-exclusive brand. In the case of Alcantara, we have the example of Japanese patents and capitals that have opted for Made in Italy, managing to seize
quality and activate investments that benefit everyone”. Alcantara Spa – founded in 1972 and whose production and management is entirely concentrated in Italy – has 554 work units, of which 79 are for research and development and complexes
manufacturing The average age is 42 years, 20% have university education
and 69% of all graduates. “The company – informs its note – has expanded its own
markets in a capillary and global way, with great results especially abroad, thanks to the Made in Italy value strategy that combines technology and craftsmanship in an extraordinarily skillful way, based on research and innovation keep on”.
“Recently – informs the note – Alcantara has launched a special version of the well-known material consisting of 68% recycled polyester, produced in Europe, certified and derived from the recycling of post-consumer waste. In simpler words, waste plastic materials, instead of being taken to landfills, incinerated or worse dispersed.
in the environment, they are collected, purified and regranulated”.

Source : IL Messaggero

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