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Pilot Italia moves to new facility

May 8, 2012

The new facility is located in Cornate d’Adda, northeast of Milan.

Italian label converter Pilot Italia has relocated to a new facility in Cornate d’Adda, northeast of Milan. Production has been moved from Usmate Velate and Merate and will now be based in the new 7,500 square meter factory. A new large format offset printing line has been installed at the new site, which is based in a large green area and well-connected with nearby roadways.

"Investing in a time of depression means being brave and having faith in the future," the company says in a statement. "But it also means getting ready for even fiercer competition, and being ready to face it with the best weapons."
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