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(c) RadiciGroup
11.05.2022

RadiciGroup schließt 2021 mit positivem Ergebnis ab

  • Umfassende Investitionen in Innovation und Nachhaltigkeit werden fortgeführt.
  • In Indien wird die Übernahme des Geschäftsbereichs Engineering Plastics von Ester Industries Ltd. auf den Weg gebracht und damit der globale  Wachstumskurs der Gruppe fortgesetzt

Mit einem Umsatz von 1.508 Millionen Euro, erwirtschaftet an mehr als 30 Produktions- und Vertriebsstandorten in Europa, Asien und Amerika, hat die RadiciGroup das Geschäftsjahr 2021 mit einem positiven Ergebnis abgeschlossen – trotz der Auswirkungen der Pandemie und der vor allem in der zweiten Jahreshälfte stark gestiegenen Rohstoff- und Energiekosten.

Die Gruppe unter Leitung der Brüder Angelo, Maurizio und Paolo Radici hat ihren Kurs der Konzentration auf die als strategisch und synergetisch geltenden Kerngeschäfte wie Polyamidchemie, technische Kunststoffcompounds und fortschrittliche Textillösungen fortgesetzt. Zugleich wurde mit der Einführung einer neuen Palette an Persönlicher Schutzausrüstung für medizinische und industrielle Anwendungen das Produktangebot erweitert.

Das EBITDA erreichte 268 Mio. Euro, und der Jahresüberschuss belief sich auf 150 Mio. Euro.

  • Umfassende Investitionen in Innovation und Nachhaltigkeit werden fortgeführt.
  • In Indien wird die Übernahme des Geschäftsbereichs Engineering Plastics von Ester Industries Ltd. auf den Weg gebracht und damit der globale  Wachstumskurs der Gruppe fortgesetzt

Mit einem Umsatz von 1.508 Millionen Euro, erwirtschaftet an mehr als 30 Produktions- und Vertriebsstandorten in Europa, Asien und Amerika, hat die RadiciGroup das Geschäftsjahr 2021 mit einem positiven Ergebnis abgeschlossen – trotz der Auswirkungen der Pandemie und der vor allem in der zweiten Jahreshälfte stark gestiegenen Rohstoff- und Energiekosten.

Die Gruppe unter Leitung der Brüder Angelo, Maurizio und Paolo Radici hat ihren Kurs der Konzentration auf die als strategisch und synergetisch geltenden Kerngeschäfte wie Polyamidchemie, technische Kunststoffcompounds und fortschrittliche Textillösungen fortgesetzt. Zugleich wurde mit der Einführung einer neuen Palette an Persönlicher Schutzausrüstung für medizinische und industrielle Anwendungen das Produktangebot erweitert.

Das EBITDA erreichte 268 Mio. Euro, und der Jahresüberschuss belief sich auf 150 Mio. Euro.

Ungeachtet dieser Situation bleibt es für die Gruppe wichtig, die Investitionen fortzusetzen.

„Im Jahr 2021 hat die Gruppe 53 Mio. EUR investiert“, betont Alessandro Manzoni, CFO der RadiciGroup. „Sie stammten aus dem Kapitalfluss und haben weder Auswirkungen auf die Finanzlage, die weiterhin positiv ist und sich im Vergleich zu 2020 weiter verbessert hat, noch auf die Bilanzkennzahlen.“

Darüber hinaus setzen die Verantwortlichen der Gruppe trotz der komplexen Zeiten auch im Jahr 2022 ihren umfassenden Investitionsplan fort, um die Präsenz der RadiciGroup auf den globalen Märkten zu stärken und ihre Wettbewerbsfähigkeit weiter zu verbessern.

Damit im Zusammenhang steht auch die Übernahme des Geschäftsbereichs Engineering Plastics von Ester Industries Ltd., einem Unternehmen mit Sitz in Indien, das sich seit Jahrzehnten auf die Produktion von technischen Kunststoffcompounds spezialisiert hat und an der Bombay Stock Exchange gehandelt wird. In diese Transaktion hat die Gruppe rund 35 Mio. Euro investiert, um die Internationalisierung ihres Geschäftsbereichs High Performance Polymers fortzusetzen.

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(c) RadiciGroup
08.04.2022

RadiciGroup: Scholarships awarded to the children of employees

A ceremony was held at the headquarters of Confindustria Bergamo, the Bergamo association of manufacturing and service companies, where scholarships were awarded to the sons and daughters of RadiciGroup employees who graduated from university during the years 2019 and 2020.

More than 40 young graduates were presented scholarships by Angelo, Maurizio and Paolo Radici, the Group’s shareholders: “We wish you a very satisfying professional career that will also contribute to your personal growth. The professional world of work needs your enthusiasm, energy and dynamism. Choose what you like to do, because only in this way can you best express yourself and contribute to the growth of the society in which we all live.”

The scholarships were awarded to students who received honours degrees in many different specializations: mathematics, business, economics, foreign languages, communication and various engineering fields. Two “student workers” – Group colleagues connected remotely from Brazil and China – who graduated with university degrees and met the scholarship eligibility requirements.

A ceremony was held at the headquarters of Confindustria Bergamo, the Bergamo association of manufacturing and service companies, where scholarships were awarded to the sons and daughters of RadiciGroup employees who graduated from university during the years 2019 and 2020.

More than 40 young graduates were presented scholarships by Angelo, Maurizio and Paolo Radici, the Group’s shareholders: “We wish you a very satisfying professional career that will also contribute to your personal growth. The professional world of work needs your enthusiasm, energy and dynamism. Choose what you like to do, because only in this way can you best express yourself and contribute to the growth of the society in which we all live.”

The scholarships were awarded to students who received honours degrees in many different specializations: mathematics, business, economics, foreign languages, communication and various engineering fields. Two “student workers” – Group colleagues connected remotely from Brazil and China – who graduated with university degrees and met the scholarship eligibility requirements.

The host of the ceremony was Francesca Dubbini, vice president for education of the Young Entrepreneurs Group of Confindustria Bergamo, who stressed the importance of combining education with experience in the field. The students were also able to visit Joiint Lab and SMILE, laboratories at the Confindustria headquarters established with the goal of creating synergies between the world of research and industry.

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27.01.2022

Radici Yarn certified to ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems

Over 400 employees work hard every day to improve the environmental performance of Radici Yarn’s site. Through teamwork and continuous improvement in energy efficiency, Radici Yarn has obtained ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems certification, which attests to the organization’s commitment to contain and progressively reduce energy consumption.

Radici Yarn, one of the companies in the RadiciGroup Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area, is engaged in the production and sale of polyamide 6 polymer, PA6 and PA66 continuous filament and staple yarn, and other synthetic fibres, including products made of recycled or bio-based materials.

All the processes - polymerization and spinning (Villa d'Ogna plant), as well as warping and draw-warping (Ardesio plant) - are run under constant monitoring with the goal of achieving maximum energy efficiency and lower consumption. Both sites are powered by two hydroelectric power plants owned by Geogreen, a RadiciGroup partner and energy supplier. The share of energy consumption from renewable sources and reduced environmental impact (natural gas) sources  is constantly increasing.

Over 400 employees work hard every day to improve the environmental performance of Radici Yarn’s site. Through teamwork and continuous improvement in energy efficiency, Radici Yarn has obtained ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems certification, which attests to the organization’s commitment to contain and progressively reduce energy consumption.

Radici Yarn, one of the companies in the RadiciGroup Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area, is engaged in the production and sale of polyamide 6 polymer, PA6 and PA66 continuous filament and staple yarn, and other synthetic fibres, including products made of recycled or bio-based materials.

All the processes - polymerization and spinning (Villa d'Ogna plant), as well as warping and draw-warping (Ardesio plant) - are run under constant monitoring with the goal of achieving maximum energy efficiency and lower consumption. Both sites are powered by two hydroelectric power plants owned by Geogreen, a RadiciGroup partner and energy supplier. The share of energy consumption from renewable sources and reduced environmental impact (natural gas) sources  is constantly increasing.

The energy issue has always been a priority for Radici Yarn, whose products serve numerous sectors, including automotive, clothing and furnishings.

"Already at the beginning of the 1990s, Radici Yarn started investing in cogeneration, the simultaneous production of electricity and steam,” pointed out Laura Ravasio, energy manager of Radici Yarn SpA. “We have recently started up an advanced trigeneration plant – a highly efficient system that produces not only electricity and steam, but also chilled water for our production processes. One of the first results recorded in 2021 was a 30% reduction in water consumption. Thus, ISO 50001 certification seemed like the next logical step to take in formalizing a long-term approach to energy.”

The ISO 50001 certification, which is voluntary and valid for a period of three years, was added to the ISO 14001 Environmental and ISO 9001 Quality Management system certifications previously achieved by Radici Yarn.

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18.10.2021

RadiciGroup at INDEX with new nonwovens

RadiciGroup's nonwoven innovations are on display at the INDEX trade fair, to be held from 19 to 22 October 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. Active in the spunbond production business for more than 30 years with the dylar® product line, the Group is introducing Respunsible®, a reduced environmental impact spunbond made from recycled polypropylene, and radimelt™, the brand name for the Group’s line of meltblown nonwovens and composite materials (e.g., SMS).

Respunsible® is a spunbond made from recycled polypropylene, a material appreciated for its chemical properties and its versatility. Its high technical performance makes it suitable for any application, even the most demanding ones in terms of resistance and duration.

Radimelt™ is the brand name identifying the Group’s meltblown nonwovens, materials used for the manufacture of protective face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE). This nonwoven fabric has excellent filtration performance even for microscopic particles, such as viruses, and ensures breathability and protection.

RadiciGroup's nonwoven innovations are on display at the INDEX trade fair, to be held from 19 to 22 October 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. Active in the spunbond production business for more than 30 years with the dylar® product line, the Group is introducing Respunsible®, a reduced environmental impact spunbond made from recycled polypropylene, and radimelt™, the brand name for the Group’s line of meltblown nonwovens and composite materials (e.g., SMS).

Respunsible® is a spunbond made from recycled polypropylene, a material appreciated for its chemical properties and its versatility. Its high technical performance makes it suitable for any application, even the most demanding ones in terms of resistance and duration.

Radimelt™ is the brand name identifying the Group’s meltblown nonwovens, materials used for the manufacture of protective face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE). This nonwoven fabric has excellent filtration performance even for microscopic particles, such as viruses, and ensures breathability and protection.

13.10.2021

RadiciGroup at INDEX with sustainable spunbond

RadiciGroup presents their vision on sustainability at INDEX on the 20th of October at 4pm.

RadiciGroup has been manufacturing polypropylene spunbond for almost 30 years with its well-known brand dylar®. Today the Group adds to its offer Respunsible®, a new sustainable spunbond obtained from recycled polypropylene and RadimeltTM, the brand for meltblown nonwovens and composite nonwovens.

RadiciGroup presents their vision on sustainability at INDEX on the 20th of October at 4pm.

RadiciGroup has been manufacturing polypropylene spunbond for almost 30 years with its well-known brand dylar®. Today the Group adds to its offer Respunsible®, a new sustainable spunbond obtained from recycled polypropylene and RadimeltTM, the brand for meltblown nonwovens and composite nonwovens.

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