The ANIMA Economic Department provides detailed and up-to-date economic analysis tools available to associates, institutions, economists, students and journalists with the aim of framing the dynamics of the mechanical industry sectors and the scenario in which companies operate.
Conducts surveys and sectoral reports
New sector inquiries have been launched in collaboration with federation associations, and ad hoc statistical surveys on behalf of the various federated associations.
The Bureau of Studies also deals with the elaboration of in-depth sectoral reports that analyze the sector, the companies operating there and the main outlet markets, accompanied by a financial analysis on the companies belonging to the industry itself. An overall study and an in-depth analysis of the main phenomena that invest in various and varied mechanical industries can in fact support a new and far-reaching industrial policy.
Sort the tables and the economic insert
In collaboration with the magazine "L'Industria Meccanica", the tables "Average time of the mechanic worker", "Price list of the materials of interest of the mechanics", "Statistical averages of average prices for staff services in Italy and abroad ", as well as writing the economic insight.
Collaborate with organizations, universities, associations and the Orgalime group
The Soul Studies Office collaborates with various institutions, including Istat, Confindustria Research Center, Cresme, Sose Agenzia and other research centers of the major Italian universities and various banking institutes, as well as with the group of economists in Orgalime. Sector investigations are used by the collaboration of some university professors and various associations federated in Anima.
Analyzes mechanics companies and plant engineering
Collaboration between university professors, marketing committees of associations and the Sose Agency (Ministry of Finance) makes it possible to draft the "White books"Sector, which analyzes in detail the various compartments of Italian mechanics, through the study of all companies, including those with a turnover of less than five million euros.
To date, the following areas have been analyzed:
• Hydraulic pumps
• Valves and taps
• Commercial espresso coffee machines
• Finishing systems for surface treatment
• Machines and systems for lifting and handling
• Refrigeration equipment for trade
• Measuring instruments for gas, fuel and water