The Acimall general assembly, which took place in Assago on June 25th of this year, unanimously confirmed the third mandate of Ambrogio Delachi (Delmac spa of Thiene, Vicenza) as president of Acimall, the Italian Manufacturer’s Association organisation that represents the Italian manufacturers of technologies for woodworking and derivatives.

The president will be flanked by eight counsellors: vice presidents Franco Paviotti of Metal World in Pavia di Udine and Ivano Coral of Coral in Leinì (Turin), treasurer Roberto de Joannon of Incomac in Montebelluna (Treviso), Giancarlo Anselmi (Bruno Balducci of Sesto San Giovanni, Milan), Stefano Dal Lago (Cms of Zogno, Bergamo), Giampiero Mauri (Mauri Macchine of Cermenate, Como), Lorenzo Primultini (Primultini of Marano Vicentino, Vicenza) and Christian Salvador of Solidea in San Vendemiano (Treviso).

A board – of which Luciano Costa (Scm Group of Rimini) shall also take part in the role past president – that has been highly reinvigorated (for five counsellors, this is their first management experience within the association), but that maintains some elements of continuity, which are fundamental for a complex situation like that which the world economy is experiencing.

“This third mandate is a sign of the members’ trust, not only in myself as a person, but in the work that has been accomplished by the directives which I presided over during the last six years”, commented Delachi at the end of the assembly. “Amongst enormous economic turbulence, Acimall represents an industrial sector of the utmost importance for “made in Italy” and I’m sure that our experience, combined with the vision and the breath of fresh air that the newly appointed counsellors will undoubtedly bring, will allow us to look towards the commitments that lie ahead with confidence.”

“And there is no doubt…”, continued Delachi, “… that our priority will be to work, as we already have been for weeks, so that our entire sector can express itself as one, in light of a unity of purpose necessary to breathe life into “made in Italy” and to not get crushed in an increasingly tight global competition”.

Source: Acimall, www.acimall.com

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