Stefano Bonaccini visits the plant of Metalcastello at Castel di Casio

12.04.2019

Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Emilia-Romagna Region, today visited the plant of Metalcastello S.p.A., a world leader in the production of gears for mechanical transmissions, with a record turnover of over 67 million euros.

Stefano Scutigliani, CEO of Metalcastello, welcomed and accompanied the President of the Emilia-Romagna Region, on a visit to the plant, which today employs over 300 people.

Stefano Scutigliani, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "Metalcastello is the largest industrial company in the Alta Valle del Reno area, in terms of employment and has all the credentials to continue growing as a company, thanks to the precious know-how and continuous investments made in its products and processes "- and continues -" Today it is necessary for the Institutions to provide us with adequate infrastructures to support our growth. Especially in terms of transport, it is essential that this Valley returns to being attractive in particular for workers who, if facilitated in the movements, would have more incentive to come to work in this area, thus bringing further innovation that is the basis of progress ".

Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Emilia-Romagna Region, said: "At Metalcastello I was able to experience an innovative reality,
that employs over 330 employees and actively contributes to the development and attractiveness of this particular area.
Metalcastello is part of those companies that are the result of the talent of extraordinary entrepreneurs, with great vision, who challenge the difficulties that can derive from the mountains and that show that it is possible to continue doing business in these territories, constantly putting new opportunities and resources in circulation.

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