IMS Deltamatic SpA with headquarters in Calcinate (BG), one of the world’s leading companies in designing, manufacturing and trading of high technology automatic special machineries for converting, packaging and automotive industries, has changed its corporate name into IMS Technologies SpA.
The new brand identity reflects the group’s strategy of the group to develop its three lines of business: converting, automotive and packaging. IMS Technologies is now controlled by Coeclerici SpA, which acquired the remaining 33% stake at the end of December 2017, a year after the acquisition of 67%.
The top management, supported by the new shareholder, has set up new strategic lines as part of the 2019 Strategy plan, focused on the development of important synergies between the various market segments and the fulfilment of economies of scale, to ensure a solid growth in business in the medium-long term.
The 2019 Strategy both ensures the continuity of the previous development plan, thanks to which the group has already achieved significant results over the past few years, and forecasts further important targets for business growth in the two-year period 2018-2019. The focus will be especially on the continuation of a profitable growth with a further development through acquisitions and organic growth, with the aim to strengthen its market position in the coming years.
All companies and brands that are part of IMS Technologies (Goebel IMS, Rotomac, Deltamould and Kasper) will implement the group’s new corporate identity strategy, continuing to work through their specific business, marketing and product initiatives, which contribute to achieve global performance.
Daniele Vaglietti, CEO of IMS Technologies, Paolo Clerici (chairman), and Teresio Gigi Gaudio (vice-president) will implement the new strategic plan relying on a team of highly qualified professionals. “Thanks to our new business and organizational model, we will benefit from a competitive advantage, by simplifying the activities coordination and achieving economies of scale, in terms of knowledge and skills, product development, technology and manufacturing”, says Vaglietti.
Clerici, who is also CEO of Coeclerici SpA, added: “The decision to further increase our stake holding in IMS Technologies up to take full control is a concrete sign of our commitment and our trust in the potential of this Italian company with an important global presence. The change in the brand and corporate identity represents a crucial moment to start a new phase of success in the history of this group.”