MILAN, Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sacom SPA, a company listed on the AIM market of the Italian Stock Exchange, entered the VedoGreen network, created in 2011 with the aim of promoting the visibility of national companies sensitive to issues of sustainable development.
"The VedoGreen Observatory," CEO Anna Lambiase said, "with the entry of Sacom is enhanced by a new Italian listed excellence operating in green biotechnology, a sector with a high rate of innovation and development. Its entry into the network will offer an opportunity to realize synergies and consolidate commercial and strategic relationships with institutional investors to continue the path of growth and internationalization."
"By joining VedoGreen network," Gianluigi Torzi, CEO of Sacom, said, "we have the opportunity to communicate, especially to people who particularly care about sensitive issues of environmental protection, the high rate of innovation and development that distinguishes Sacom. In fact, thanks to its subsidiary Elep SpA, we are committed in projects ranging from the improvement of production, the development of new technologies to protect and guarantee the quality and environmental safety. In addition, adherence to the network will increase the visibility of Sacom against the national and international financial community hoping that new investors carry financial resources towards a model of growth that respects the principles of sustainability and social responsibility."
Sacom Group is active in green biotechnology for the production of microorganisms intended to be used as vegetable addition to fertilizers of various nature. Sacom was founded in 1981 with the aim of distributing agricultural products for the regional market. Since 1992 its work has been focused on the production of fertilizers and products for agricultural use. Thanks to the acquisition of the subsidiary ELEP SpA, the product
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