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Italy: Princes moves from Angri to Foggia

29/01/2019 - François-Xavier Branthôme - Read in French
Princes Industrie Alimentari moves its headquarters from Angri to Foggia

In early January, the Italian press announced that Princes Industrie Alimentari (PIA), one of Italy's leading tomato processing companies in Europe, a subsidiary of the international group Princes, had launched a project to strengthen its operational presence in Italy through a single operational headquarters in Foggia.
 
This process involves the transfer of operational management and staff currently based in Angri (Salerno). To this end, Princes is building new offices at its Foggia site, which is benefiting from new investments to improve the efficiency of its production.

The concentration of activities in Foggia should ensure integration between production and management, increase operational efficiency and sustainability levels, and improve internal communication within PIA.


Source : salernonotizie.it
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