September 25, 2022

Ucima’s new Board of Directors holds its first meeting

Ucima’s new Board of Directors has officially taken office and has held its first meeting at the association’s headquarters, Villa Marchetti in Baggiovara, Modena. The Board was re-elected at the last Annual Members’ Meeting on 13 September and will remain in office until 2025. It consists of both new and re-elected members: Maurizio Bertocco of Ilpra Spa (Mortara, Pavia), Filippo Cocchi of CT Pack Srl (Fossalta, Ferrara), Manuela Gamberini of MG2 Srl (Pianoro, Bologna), Giuseppe Lesce of Sacmi Imola SC (Imola, Bologna), Maurizio Marchesini of Marchesini Group (Pianoro, Bologna), Valerio Soli of Coesia Group (Bologna) and Andrea Taglini of Easysnap Technology (Modena).

As proposed by the Chairman in accordance with the Articles of Association, the Board also co-opted Luciano Sottile of Goglio Spa (Milan) as a full member of the Board. Finally, Massimo Marchesini of Ima Spa (Ozzano dell’Emilia, Bologna) and Alberto Cirio of Arol Spa (Canelli, Asti) will be invited to participate in Board meetings as the Chairman’s guests in view of their experience and the important contribution they can make to the Board’s work.

Past Chairman Enrico Aureli of Aetna Group Spa (Villa Verucchio, Rimini) completes the Board of Directors, while the Chairman’s Committee, elected in 2020, consists of Chairman Matteo Gentili of TMC Spa (Castel Guelfo, Bologna) and Vice-Chairmen Riccardo Cavanna of Cavanna Spa (Prato Sesia, Novara) and Roberto Paltrinieri of Tetra Pak (Modena).

Several of the board members elected for the first time spoke to the association’s news channel Ucima News about their appointment.

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