Friday November 10th, 2023

Interesting interview with Barbara Beltrame published by Tecnologie Meccaniche

“Today, climate change, geopolitical tensions, and the emergence of other industrial players on the global scene (e.g. India and Brazil) are confronting our companies with the need to adapt to a very challenging context. Within this framework, the green revolution and the digital revolution are the two macro-trends that will bring about a radical change from which Italian industry cannot and must not exempt itself.

Adaptation to #sustainability criteria will allow our companies to be more efficient and save on energy costs, as well as rationalise the use of those goods such as water, which are increasingly scarce but necessary for maintaining production cycles.

Digitisation will bring about time efficiencies in administrative processes, optimise the timing of complex industrial processes, and ensure that high quality standards are maintained in the production of goods and services.

It is therefore incumbent on the manufacturing sector to realise that the dual transition is more of an economic and social necessity than a challenge.

On the one hand, in fact, only companies that are able to adapt will be able to compete in the global market in the future; on the other hand, it must be understood that adapting to sustainability standards will mitigate the effects of climate change, helping the international community as a whole’.

Read here the detailed interview with Barbara Beltrame Giacomello published by Tecnologie Meccaniche