The first of the new companies, which signed a 60% acquisition, is CMP PHAR.MA S.r.l. located in Costabissara (Vicenza). This company specialises in pharmaceutical inspection systems.

Since 1982, when it was the first in the world to launch an automatic laser inspection machine for vials, CMP has grown and now exceeds a turnover of 9 million Euro, 35% more than 2017.

Texte AlternatifBy taking over CMP, the Marchesini Group confirms its name as manufacturer of complete lines for producing and monitoring the whole pharmaceutical packaging process, from start to finish, thanks also to the Group’s partner, SEA Vision, which also co-participated in the CMP transaction. Their vision and inspection systems guarantee total process quality and perfect traceability of the finished product, as well as the possibility to analyse and boost production performance.

The acquisition of CMP continues the growth strategy that started with the acquisition of 48% of SEA Vision last January. The company from Pavia - also thanks to the consistently high demand for machines equipped with cutting-edge of track and trace systems for pharmaceuticals - will end the year with an expected consolidated turnover of over 50 million, an increase of 50% on 2017.

The other company to join the Group is Proteo Engineering. 60% of this company from Spilamberto, (Modena) has been acquired over 3 years. Proteo specialises in developing software and industrial automation systems and will help Marchesini to develop the models related to Industry 4.0.

Texte AlternatifThe Marchesini Group is about to end the year with an increase in turnover of 12% compared with 2017, when the Group’s consolidated figures almost hit the 300 million Euro mark. Growth forecasts are backed by two new acquisitions, alongside an increased workforce. As a whole, the Group’s Italian production sites and foreign branches presently employ two thousand people. In 2018, the Group recruited 165 new staff throughout Italy - 82 in Pianoro alone - most of whom are graduates from technical schools and Engineering universities.

The group export between 85% to 90% of its production.

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