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18.06.2018 WAMGROUP celebrates opening of new technology centre on its 50th anniversary

WAMGROUP, Ponte Motta di Cavezzo, Modena, Italy, chose the occasion of its 50th anniversary to inaugurate a new technology centre at its headquarters on Friday 15th June.

Following the ribbon cutting in the presence of the president of the Emilia-Romagna region, Stefano Bonaccini, the mayors of Modena and the municipalities of the Modenese lowlands, as well as the bishop of Carpi, Monsignor Cavina, an academic symposium was held which focused on technological innovations relating to environmental protection.

The Technology Centre will research and develop new industrial products. Its objective is the study and analysis of bulk solids with special emphasis on related environmental technologies. Research focuses on dust filtration, solids-liquid separation, wastewater treatment and hydropower. The centre includes a test laboratory, a training centre and a permanent exhibition. In addition to being an international point of reference in R&D of new products and related applications, it aims to become a meeting place for training young professionals from around the world.

The WAMGROUP Technology Centre will form the cornerstone of an industrial strategy aimed at increasing skills, driving the professional and occupational growth of both the company and the region on which the company bases its roots. In his speech WAMGROUP president Vainer Marchesini stressed the importance of training young people to ensure the company a successful future in an increasingly globalised world.

With the new Technology Centre, WAMGROUP confirms its commitment to research and development as the main strategy to create new jobs in the future.  On the following day a celebration party was attended by more than 1200 staff and their families at the group headquarters.

Inauguration of WAMGROUP’s new technology centre which includes a research laboratory, training facilities and a permanent exhibition (pictured below)


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