Progetti International

Progetti International is the general contracting company of Fineldo Group, belonging to Vittorio Merloni family. The company, founded in 1973 by Vittorio Merloni, starting from May 2013 has changed its name from Merloni Progetti to Progetti International. Progetti International operates in the international markets and realizes industrial plants with high technological content, especially in the mechanics, agro-industry, environment and energy sectors. The Company in its long history. has made more than 120 plants in 32 countries worldwide. Progetti International has the headquartered in Milan, and an office in Moscow.

Company details

Viale Certosa, 247 , Milan , 20151 Italy

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Business Type:
Technology
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1973

Progetti Internatonal is present in the international markets close to the clients who require integrated solutions aimed to manage the complexity in the realization of plants with high technological content.

Progetti International is a company extremely focused on internationalization and innovation. Progetti International has acquired a deep knowledge in the field of general contracting in high development countries, such as Russia and China, and in the mechanics, agro-industry, environment and energy sectors.

Progetti International is a leading company in the realization of productive plants, particularly in foreign countries, and in the technology and know-how transfer in the mechanic, agro-industry, environment and energy sectors.

Progetti International adventure is a trip around the world through more than 120 plants in four continents. Today, it tells a story of reliability, of ability to assess the risks and the opportunities, of openness to new markets, always with an eye to the future.

When it was established in 1973, with the name Merloni Progetti, changed into Progetti International on May 2013, the company gave itself a goal and a task: to export technological know-how and to build production plants, particularly in those frontier markets where the lack of technological experience applied to production was a deficit that could be remedied only by a company with engineering, managerial and industrial skills.