Faresin Industries awarded by Deloitte among the best Italian Managed Companies

Faresin Industries, a company specializing in the design, development and marketing of mixers for livestock and telehandlers for agricultural and industrial use, received the Best Managed Companies award with which Deloitte recognizes Italian companies that stand out for their strategies, skills and commitment towards people and performance.

The awards ceremony, which took place in the prestigious setting of Palazzo Mezzanotte, the headquarters of Borsa Italiana and the financial heart of the country, has decreed the conclusion of this initiative promoted by Deloitte and supported by Altis Catholic University, Elite (London Stock Exchange project Group that supports the growth of high potential companies) and Confindustria.

Starting in November 2017, the company selection project envisaged a first assessment phase during which the participants were supported by Deloitte professionals in the analysis of some critical success factors, such as company strategy, skills and competences, commitment and financial performance.
At the end of this process, a prestigious jury selected the 31 winners, analyzing the profile of each participant and setting the judgment on size, ownership structure and sector of belonging.

Faresin Industries has been awarded along with companies such as AFV Beltrame, Adelante, Alfaparf Group, Antares Vision, Biesse, Italian Chocolate (Gesa), CLAI, Colcom Group, DILEO Pietro, Elemaster, Elica, Engineering, Farnese Vini, Ferrari F.lli Lunelli , Filoblu, Fratelli Carli, Fratelli Ibba, Gessi, Sabelli Group, iGuzzini, Irritec, Kartell, Loccioni, Nice, Recordati, Sanlorenzo, Tapì, TECNO, Trime and UNOGAS.

Faresin is also in Elite, the international program born in the Italian Stock Exchange and dedicated to companies wishing to face a path of growth and internationalization.
"For our family and for all our employees it is a great honor to receive this prestigious award - said Silvia Faresin, vice president of the Vicenza company - and a further incentive to pursue the objectives identified by our five-year industrial strategic plan".
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