The new Advanced Technologies Center
and CEO Daniele Scabini.
Eredi Scabini reasserts is pioneering spirit by creating the Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC), a new company division entirely dedicated to the research and development of new products and technologies, as well as the design of constantly more innovative, high-performing refractory linings.
With state-of-the-art equipment, the new ATC has been built next door to the headquarters to house professionals with vast experience, including engineers, chemists and designers, who interact and collaborate every day, on an organised basis, to create/generate products and services of excellence.
The new ATC’s existence is grounded in the concept – strongly rooted in the company’s mentality – that no two projects are alike, and so every project deserves to be developed with the aid of all the know-how and resources available to the company; in other words, not research for its own sake, but as a means to achieve the aims set on the basis of the customer’s specific requirements.
The ATC is the place the company also likes to define as the “Home of Ideas”, because it brings together the important – not to say fundamental – branch of the company in which every new project is born, under a single roof.
But the ATC is also the function that interfaces with the company’s production side and sales function to oversee projects throughout their whole lives, monitoring their progress and ensuring that every step takes place in accordance with the set aims.
By creating the ATC, Eredi Scabini intends to consolidate its position as segment leader and to offer the refractory market products and services with high value added.
This is a real mission, rooted in the firm intention to build an increasingly close relationship with its customers, based on the offering of exclusive products and services which are more and more specific and deliver higher and higher performances.
The ATC is the jewel in crown of Eredi Scabini, which will be proud to offer a guided tour to all those interested.