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Cornate d’Adda: a new address for major development

Investing in a time of depression means being brave and having faith in the future. But it also means getting ready for even fiercer competition and being ready to face it with the best weapons.
In the past two years Pilot Italia Spa has made a major effort with the construction of the new premises in Cornate d’Adda in an area of 20,000 square metres of which 7,500 indoors, where the manufacturing of Usmate Velate and Merate have been transferred.
The new site has been created specifically for a graphics company in a large green area, well connected with the motorways, and a few hundred metres from the Pedemontana motorway which is currently being built.
The space is entirely heated and air conditioned and has large windows overlooking the countryside in an inside-outside scenario which brings the beauty of the outdoors inside and the vision of the work performed here outside, almost as if in a reciprocal osmosis between quality and commitment.

The opening of the new premises coincided with the presentation of the new brand: a new sign for communicating, including externally, the new dynamics of Pilot Italia: younger, more competitive and increasingly ready to face challenges.

The investment did not just involve the industrial facility, but also entailed the purchase of a new large format offset printing line and a new generation control machine.
This new unit completes the range of printing equipment which in one site includes the most widespread printing technologies and which at present, thanks to the lean manufacturing techniques applied at the new facility, the production capacity – unique in Italy – and the range of available machines, can offer customers the supply of neutral labels, printing up to 10 colours, special processing, patented solutions customised for customers and always at competitive conditions. 

And all of this without foregoing the traditional quality its customers are accustomed to.