Mechanics teams up with politics in Europe and Italy
At the start of the Club SOUL Mechanics to promote dialogue, the decision, the action between Industry in Politics
Milan, April 14 2011 - Quality, style and competence of the peculiarities of the Italian mechanics that 18 April encounter the European and Italian political world in opening the meeting of the Club of Mechanics. The ANIMA Federation expresses the need for mechanical companies to realize a large collaborative action between employers and representatives of politics. The novelty of the initiative is in the continuity of dialogue with those who sit in decision tables. The Club of Mechanics is a preferred meeting place and will take place in numerous events throughout Italy which will address the issues closest to the entrepreneurs of the Italian mechanics. "Made in Italy and Made in Rules: two different aspects to the success of Italian companies" will be the subject of the meeting next Monday at the Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan.
"We bring together entrepreneurs of mechanics at a time of informal dialogue but concrete, as is typical in a club. - Declared Sandro Bonomi, President of ANIMA - This is why we promote the idea of a Club of Mechanics. The industry and the political need to know each other better and to deal positively. Entrepreneurs need to interact with those in politics and, in particular, with those who are able to promote Italian excellence, for example through the development of standards for the competitiveness, of initiatives for the taxation of investments aimed at job creation work and measures to ease the tax burden of Italian companies participating in national and international tenders. "
Speakers include the Honourable Muscardini, Susta and Rinaldi that, within the European Parliament, are actively working on the dossier of Made Regulations. Will be present at the round table, among others, the Hon. Fava, President of the Parliamentary Anti-counterfeiting, and Joseph Peleggi, the Director of Customs, in light of recent sensational kidnappings in the Italian territory, and Professor Marco Fortis, vice president of Edison Foundation. Among entrepreneurs, who will talk with politicians during the round table, Luca Tosto, CEO of Walter Tosto SpA. Will conclude the work the lawyer. Rossoni, the Directorate-General for International Trade Policy of the Ministry of Economic Development, Hon. Andrea Gibelli, Vice President of the Lombardy Region, and the Hon. Maurizio Lupi, Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies. "We need to increase the competitiveness of our companies when they need it most, when they have to deal with, that is, more and more foreign competitors also present on the Italian territory. - Concludes Sandro Bonomi, President of ANIMA - The reason why the ANIMA Federation has long been involved in this direction. For example, it has set up the Anti 2006 Committee together with MCE - MCE - to flush the proliferation of fake, also in mechanical engineering, to protect the exhibitors at the fair. Still, in 2008 SOUL signed with the Customs Agency the memorandum of understanding to promote the dissemination of best customs practices, which also led to the "Project Customs Easy" we are successfully developing with our partners to reduce the related costs to import-export and to increase synergy and collaboration with the Customs Agency itself. "
April 18 2011 - 15.30 hours Milan - Club Hotel Principe di Savoia Mechanics "Made in Italy and Made Regulations: two different aspects to the success of Italian companies"
ANIMA - Federation of Italian Associations of Mechanical and Engineering Industries - is the industrial organization which, within Confindustria, representing companies of the mechanical and engineering, a sector that employs 192.000 employees and a turnover of about 41 billion euro and a share export / turnover of 50% (data referring to the pre-final 2010). The macro-sectors represented by ANIMA are machinery and plants for the production of energy and for the chemical industry and petrolifera- assembly of industrial plants; logistics and freight handling; technologies and equipment for food; technologies and products for the industry; systems, machinery products for the building; machines and plants for human and environmental safety; metal construction in general.
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