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Post published on 01/07/2020

Financial Attractiveness Award 2020: special mention for IMA

IMA received a special mention among listed companies in the Financial Attractiveness Award 2020, promoted by GEA, Harvard Business Review Italia and Arca Fondi SGR, under the patronage of the Italian Stock Exchange.

The Award, now in its third edition, is part of the Business Excellences programme and is dedicated to listed and unlisted companies, which present characteristics of excellence in terms of transparency, governance and the ability to attract private investment for growth. In this extraordinary year, solidarity activities undertaken by companies to help their communities were also included among the assessment criteria.

IMA received a special mention because “Its leadership position in the design and manufacture of automatic machines for the production and packaging of pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food products is the result of significant investment in Research and Development, constant and constructive dialogue with end-users and the Group’s ability to internationalise. The Company, which has shown considerable attention to ESG issues over the years, made a significant contribution during the Covid emergency, making use of its engineering flexibility to develop 25 machines for packaging disposable surgical masks, with delivery over the coming months”.

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