A new Italian facility for Cavotec
Global engineering group opened its new world-class production facility in Milan
Some 150 guests - among them key customers, suppliers, partners, local officials and dignitaries, and members of the media - attended opening ceremony of a new Italian facility for Cavotec at Nova Milanese (Monza Brianza), in the surroundings of Milan, alongside Cavotec board members and management team.
CEO Mikael Norin opened the ceremony and, following a series of keynote addresses, guests were taken on a guided tour of the facility. “Not only we are opening a state-of-the-art production facility but also a new chapter in the Cavotec story. These premises will ensure that we build the manufacturing and supply chain excellence that will see Cavotec realise its full potential” he said.
Honorary chairman and co-founder of Cavotec, Stefan Widegren, spoke about the development of the Group into a global engineering company.
The world-class production plant features the latest findings in sustainable building materials and technologies, including a capacity to generate 230kW of solar power, and is equipped with geothermal heating, has 2,730sqm of office space and 12,264sqm devoted to engineering and production.
Cavotec Italy is one of the Group’s 7 Centres of Excellence worldwide. As part of the Ports & Maritime Division, it focuses primarily on the development and manufacture of shore power solutions, MoorMaster™ automated mooring as well as crane electrification solutions such as cable reels.
Sweden-born Cavotec’s headquarters are based in Lugano, Switzerland.