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Foreign students tour in our company

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From USA and Mexico to know the best of "made in Italy"


Arol has recently hosted a delegation of foreign university students travelling to Italy. The four students, two from the United States and two from Mexico, were accompanied by their teachers and they were the winners of the "Italian Technology Award", an initiative created by the ICE-Italian Trade Agency in collaboration with Federmacchine, in scope of the special "Machines Italia" project. The aim is to promote technical training in foreign countries and to present Italian technological excellences, so as to attract new talent at an international level. The project rewards foreign students undergraduates or graduates in technical disciplines, following special competitions based on the presentation of term papers on topics related to the use of production technologies in specific sectors. The winners are offered a one-week trip to Italy during which a transversal training program and company visits in reality of excellence are proposed. Among these, our company has been identified and here the group has been able to know the history of Arol and Arol Group, visit the plants and see the production closely, as well as asking some questions directly to our experts. Daniela Marconicchio, contact person for ICE and UCIMA, was also present with the students and their professors. The positive feedback from the visiting delegation showed how the technical and engineering skills of our "made in Italy" can be attractive for young talents. At the same time, for Arol it was an interesting exchange moment with foreign universities where tomorrow's managers are trained.