Olon received the 2022 Industria Felix Award
Olon received the 2022 Industria Felix Award, promoted by Cerved, National Institute for data analysis, LUISS University, officially endorsed by Confindustria – Italian Industry Association – and the Government of Regione Lombardia
For the second year, Olon has been awarded for its financial performance and international vocation, as one of most competitive and reliable companies.
Olon Group has been recognized as one of best performing companies at a management level, financially reliable and sustainable, and prized with the High Budget Honor of the Felix Industry Award during an official ceremony that took place in the Headquarter of Regional Government. The award has now reached its 40th event, confirming its leading role.
Olon received the award for its global strategy, as official recognition of its management performance and financial reliability. The group history, that is characterized for international growth and expansion development, represents a successful outstanding case of the Italian chemical industry, and beyond in the international scenario.
Over the last 10 years the group has made more than ten successful acquisitions. Since the foundation, Olon has achieved a continuous development that drives our economic growth and global expansion. Today we rely on a global network, in three different continents made of 11 manufacturing sites and 7 R&D departments across the globe, built up through a pathway of successful acquisitions of companies representing international manufacturing excellence.
“Our amazing, and promising, performance is the natural outcome of a business model based on innovation and focus on people. I proudly want to dedicate this recognition to all the people working in Olon Group, who daily give their fundamental contribution not only to our growth but also to make our mission real: delivering science to improve health” commented Roberta Pizzocaro, President of Olon Group.
The companies were chosen by a qualified Scientific Committee chaired by Professor Cesare Pozzi, Professor of Industrial Economics at the Luiss "Guido Carli" University.