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Electromechanics

Electromechanics

The electromechanics industry, the natural marriage between mechanics and electronics, has always been connected with contractually supplying big companies in the north-west of Italy. The industrial crisis in nearby Piedmont has led to the pulverisation of companies in this sector, and has forced them to come together in a new IT situation, thus strengthening the mechanics supply chain. Local companies can now count on the advanced technological knowledge provided by LIM, the Interdisciplinary Mechanics Workshop at the Turin Polytechnic.

Electronics

Electronics

The Val d'Aosta electronics trade, very closely linked in the recent past with the Olivetti Group, has had to reshape its business model and make the most of the savoir-faire of all those professionals who used to work in the Ivrea-based mega-company. In the last few decades, a whole series of new companies have been started up and the sector has become dynamic and seen rapid expansion, consolidating skills in the refining and processing of silicon and developing software, IT platforms, and sensors.

Mechanics

Mechanics

The mechanics sector has always been deeply rooted in Val d'Aosta, and previously did a lot of contracting work for the Fiat Group, by either family run businesses and small workshops or large, industrial manufacturers.After the credit crunch which greatly penalised companies that had only one main purchaser, new development is now being seen and this is due in no small part to the presence in Verrès of LIM.

Plastics and rubber

Plastics and rubber

The plastics industry is very dynamic and has indubitable environmental spin-offs, but is now slowly consolidating its strength in the area and has several medium-sized companies which are able to provide for the entire chain.The services provided go from collecting and remoulding high and low-density polythene to manufacturing systems for moulding plastics, not to mention parts destined for the car industry, white goods, and the building trade.

Iron and steel

Iron and steel

This industry started in Val d'Aosta a very long time ago with the foundries and ore extraction in Cogne. With the arrival of railways in Aosta in the early twentieth century heavy industry started developing, especially iron and steel (special steels and stainless steel, the design and manufacture of metallic structures, the manufacture of large industrial containers using aluminium alloy, stainless steel, and iron).

Companies

Chambre valdôtaine - Sportello SPIN2
Regione Borgnalle 12 - 11100 Aosta
Tel. +39 0165 573089 - Fax +39 0165 573090
Mail sportellovda@pie.camcom.it