Brovedani S.p.A. has received the 5 stars of Rating Welfare Index PMI 2022 that show a relevant level of initiative, management skills, significant social impacts on the company’s internal and external community and an economic-organizational commitment carried out by the company. It is a pleasure and a source of motivation for us to receive this recognition for the fourth consecutive year. The award was collected by Renato Mascherin, president of the Brovedani S.p.A, on December 6th, 2022 in Rome at the Palazzo della Cancelleria. The event was also attended by the Minister of Labour and Social Politics, Marina Elvira Calderone, who underlined the importance of the welfare as it becomes an opportunity for the companies and their workers and vice versa.
December 7, 2022
BROVEDANI GROUP GUEST AT TOP 500 PORDENONE
NOVEMBER 21ST , 2022
Brovedani is part of the automotive chain which is also living a momentous transformation linked to the announced farewell of the endothermic engine. “To that we add the problems of a reconfiguration of the supply chains following the deglobalization started with the pandemic – explains Sergio Barel, president and CEO of Brovedani Group –. For us who work in the field of the precision/fine mechanics, there is the matter of repositioning in other sectors and new businesses, a thing that we are already doing looking at other areas of the industrial system such as air-conditioning/climatization”. The more general context requires “a rebirth of the supply chains we had delegated to others, and that is a phenomenon to look at carefully, especially us who are well-positioned in Italy, East Europe and North America”. With a great attention “to the aspects related to sustainability, which are always been one of our drivers (of) growth”.
BROVEDANI AT THE GRADUATION CERIMONY OF THE MITS ACADEMY
NOVEMBER 26TH , 2022
On November 26th our president Sergio Barel and Elena Lattanzio, Assurance and Quality Control Manager, attended the ceremony of the Fondazione MITS Academy, where Barel awarded the diplomas to 225 students who graduated between 2020 and 2021. Barel has then pointed out the importance of supporting and sustaining the MITS, because “it is the pre-requisite for the growth of the mechanics in our region”.