We have recently received the welcome visit of Andrea Tronzano, a Piedmontese councilor expert in development projects for company activities, at our production plant in Volpiano.
The visit not only highlighted the importance of collaboration between government agencies and private companies, but also highlighted Eurotherm’s ambitious expansion plans and its role in the industrial growth of the Region
Tronzano’s visit to Eurotherm: a symbol of collaborative growth
Tronzano’s interaction with Eurotherm employees was an important moment of the visit because it involved everyone: from the administrative offices to the technicians, passing above all through the production plant.
Knowing the people who make up the company means touching the backbone of the company that has allowed Eurotherm to become the production reality it is, and that allows us to look at tomorrow’s challenges with foresight.
The exchange of ideas emphasized the government’s responsibility to foster skills development, ensure a supportive working environment and encourage the entry of a young workforce. Indeed, the visit represented an opportunity for our company to highlight the problems and needs of policies in support of companies.
While on the one hand, private companies bring with them innovation, technical expertise and the ability to generate economic wealth, adapting quickly to changing market dynamics, on the other they are subject to major challenges regarding global competitiveness, bureaucracy (often too complicated) and access to European funding.
It is also undeniable that public bodies hold the long-term vision necessary to guide sustainable development, through targeted policies, research and development promotions, growth programs and strategic opportunities for key sectors.
The economic-productive engine of Piedmont
In a broader context, the visit to Tronzano represents a chapter concerning Piedmont’s efforts to become the economic-productive engine of Italy.
Only by aligning government agendas with corporate vision is it possible to build a sustainable future that lays the foundations in the need for innovation, job generation and technological advancement to support people.
For this reason, Paolo Ghiazza wanted to confide to the councilor Eurotherm’s future expansion projects which will see the creation of an additional production plant, also in Volpiano, to internalize 100% of production.
It is only from the confluence between public and private interests, embodied by the interaction between Tronzano and Eurotherm employees, that it is possible to speak of collaborative growth which sees the private and public sectors working side by side to underline the crucial role of Piedmont’s productivity in guide of industrial evolution towards a sustainable era.