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Goglio: 30 million in new technologies

Sace, Intesa Sanpaolo and UniCredit support the company in international growth

Goglio Spa, an Italian company operating in the flexible packaging sector, receives a EUR 30 million loan from Intesa Sanpaolo and UniCredit and guaranteed by Sace, a publicly held Cassa Depositi e Prestiti company specializing in the insurance-financial sector. The resources will be used by the Lombard company to support the business development plan, with a focus on new production technologies that allow greater efficiency and a lower environmental impact, as well as to increase the presence of the group on foreign markets.

"At a time of strong discontinuity like the current one, determined by the health emergency that has developed worldwide", declares Davide Jarach, Goglio's strategic development manager, "we are convinced that we must have the courage to continue investing, to be ready 'appointment with the recovery". Over half of the investments planned for the next four years will be made in Italy.

The company, which employs over 1,800 employees globally and has a consolidated turnover of around 380 million euros, is one of the main players in Europe in flexible packaging. Founded in 1850, the Group designs, develops and manufactures complete packaging systems by supplying flexible laminates, valves, machines and services for multiple industrial sectors: coffee, food, chemicals, cosmetics, detergents, beverage and pet food. The Group is present with production plants in Italy, the Netherlands, the United States and China.

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