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Inalpi, 148 million investments for new plants

The group is the first player in Piedmont in the milk market

Inalpi, a dairy company in Moretta (Cuneo), today the leading Piedmontese player in the milk market, has presented an investment plan 2021 - 2025 of 148 million euros for the construction of the second spray tower of the Moretta plant and for the construction of a modern dairy, but also to complete an important path of sustainability, through actions for the protection of water resources and the production of sustainable energy. A plan that will support and enhance the R&D sector for which, in 2019, InLab Solutions, the Inalpi research and development center, was born.

The news was relaunched on the sidelines of a Think Tank dedicated to the future of Inalpi, a day that saw prominent exponents of the business, financial and academic world gathered in connection and in attendance, together with the board of directors of the company: by Peter Brabeck, Emeritus Chairman of the Nestlè Group and Domenico Siniscalco, Vice President and Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and former Italian Minister of Economy and Finance (2004-2005), to Nunzio Pulvirenti , who today sits on the Lavazza Board of Directors, by Francesco Pugliese, Conad CEO, to Paolo Gibello, President of the Deloitte Foundation, from Antonio Garcia De Castro to the San Telmo Business School, to Ivano De Noni Director of the School of Hygiene and Milk Technology of the University of Milan .

A meeting for discussion and strategy that "was not meant to give certain answers but to create important food for thought for tomorrow, to define the thoughts on which to develop and plan the long-term growth of Inalpi", as recalled by Eugenio Puddu, Parter of Deloitte & Touche who moderated the day.

“It is necessary to have an open mind, to know how to listen and accept ideas, ideas and, why not, sometimes even criticism, to build a constructive path of growth”, was the conclusion of Ambrogio Invernizzi, President of Inalpi.

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