In 2019 Rimadesio has consolidated the results achieved in previous years by accomplishing a turnover that has exceeded 61 million euros. The positive trend regards both internal and international markets and is underlined by continuous investments, in order to improve the quality in terms of design, work-life balance and environmental sustainability.

The company has joined the national smart factory 4.0 program and in 2019 made investments for over 3 million euros in high tech machinery, connected to the corporate network, capable of increasing the automation level of the production cycle.

The company’s growth is also reflected in the increase of the labor force: during 2019 the permanent employees have increased from 189 to 230, with a significant boost both in production and in the office. The average age is 36.

More and more aware of the importance of granting a good balance between the professional environment and private life, Rimadesio has been introducing a welfare plan since January 1st, 2020 which aims at increasing the well-being of employees and their families.

The plan is providing the assignment of a yearly bonus, that can be used as benefits for subsidiary, welfare, educational and recreational purposes. The benefit can also be extended to the family. Highly committed with sustainability, that Rimadesio has been pursuing for over 15 years, the company has decided to provide an additional monthly bonus to each employee, who goes to work with an electric car, on foot, by bike or car-pooling.

The employees can also recharge their electric / hybrid cars for free, by connecting to the car charging stations, installed in the company car park. With a system of 5242 solar panels and a lithium-ion battery storage system, Rimadesio generates the clean energy necessary to power the production plant and offices.

The goal is to encourage green oriented attitude at all company levels, aimed at reducing urban traffic and polluting emissions.

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