Exetra supports the internationalization of the Italian industry

As part of its mission to support Italian companies in the sale of their goods abroad, Exetra, an Intesa Sanpaolo Group company, has promoted the export to Albania of the turbines made by Scotta SpA for two hydroelectric power plants in Albania. Scotta SpA is one of the largest Italian companies in the design, construction and installation of hydroelectric power plants and other renewable sources, plants for the generation of electricity and industrial automation. The production of all electrical and mechanical components takes place at the Villafalletto plant where over 100 employees are employed.

At the same time, together with SACE and SIMEST, which together constitute the Export and Internationalization Hub of the CDP Group, Exetra supported the export to Mexico of a plant for the production of welded pipes and a horizontal storage system for high-pressure pipes. frequency, both made by Piacenza Olimpia 80 Srl, active for over 40 years in the design and construction of complete lines to produce stainless steel carbon pipes, special alloys, titanium, copper, aluminum and other non-ferrous metals.

Exetra has finalized a contract for the value of € 7 million for Scotta SpA and for the value of € 1.2 million for Olimpia 80 Srl, offering a 5-year payment extension at a very competitive cost.

Being close to the Italian production fabric with export support solutions, designed to meet the needs of an increasingly complex and competitive global market. This means creating a system for Exetra, facilitating the interaction between those who buy and sell, managing all the complexity linked to the world of exports and allowing Italian companies to focus on their core business.

Teresio Testa, regional manager of Piedmont, Valle d'Aosta and Liguria of Intesa Sanpaolo and Chairman of Exetra.