IKOI

09/06/2016

IKOI 2.0 THE CONTINUED GROWTH

We are pleased to inform you that as part of a growth and corporate restructuring our company has gone from sole administrator to board of directors.

Within this corporate changes we have decided to set-up a Board of Directors formed by; Giovanni Faoro Chairman, Michela Ferraro vice president, Elena Ferraro member of the board and the new CEO Alessandro Stocco.
Giovanni, Michela and Elena are the company's historic partners and have years of experience in the field of machines for the precious metals processing. The new addition, Mr. Alessandro Stocco has a degree in business administration and has gained many years of experience in various Italian and International companies as CEO.

The change of corporate organization is a natural continuation of the growth process that IKOI has implemented in recent years, with sales growth of more than two digits; research and development investments reaching 8% of the turnover; has hired more than 15 people in last two years and the Flameless Tunnel plant, pride of the best Italian technology, which has reached an exceptional figure of 82 plants installed worldwide.

In addition to traditional products related to the goldsmith market, IKOI is expanding its business in the  refining market  and  complete automation plant’s through partnerships and joint ventures with Italian and International companies.

As per IKOI’s mission all new technologies are environment friendly thanks to the green technology and fully covered by International patents.
In addition the IKOI 2.0, has defined to highlight the ongoing changes, to be part in the share capital of Green Technology & Finance LLP UK company specialized in  financing of new green technologies through commercial proposal of the Long Term Rent.

We are therefore confident that the new corporate organization is able to create the best conditions to continue in the development planned for the coming years.


IKOI 2.0 The continued growth

For information
IKOI srl
info@ikoi.it

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