In a rapidly changing world, productions and plants come to 'end of life' more quickly than in the past and, often, any investment in new plants is more cost-effective in other industrial sites or larger green field projects.
The contraction of demand in some sectors jeopardizes the sustainability of entire production chains and, consequently, adjustments in production capacity are necessary for competitive reasons.
For certain types of 'labour intensive' production, countries with low labour costs are more attractive to large groups, which are constantly looking for greater efficiency and margins.
Both acquisitions and divestments are often part of the same development strategy. Organisational flexibility therefore becomes a necessary condition for the correct maintenance of economic balances.
/ Positive image return with all Stakeholders
/ Reduction of industrial unrest
/ Containment of overall layoff costs
/ Qualified staff, used to working together and often motivated to restart
/ Property, plants, and machinery often on favourable terms
/ Favourable conditions for the re-employment and/or for production start-up
/ Job preservation
/ New training: Upskilling / Reskilling
/ Achievement of institutional aims of maintaining employment and promoting development
/ Very positive image return
/ Non-impoverishment of the territory
After previous experiences in KPMG, ASTER and ARQUES INDUSTRIES, in 2008 he founded VERTUS, advisory company originally born in special situations projects. Alessandro has almost 30 years’ experience in both industry and services, having held numerous positions, also in an international context, in sales, management and as an investor. Mentor of Impact Hub, he also sits in the board of directors of several investment companies, in addition to TMA Italy and TMA Europe (Turnaround Management Association), ASSOREIND and AISO.
With over 30 years’ experience in human resources management, Carlo was responsible for the crisis and relocation unit of the Lombardy Region Agency, as well as having held managerial positions in large companies (Postalmarket S.p.A., Seci S.p.A., ABB group). Since 2010 he has supported Vertus in the industrial and trade union relations activity and in the relationships with the institutions responsible to manage the use of social shock absorbers in all regions of Italy, as well as with the Ministry of Labour and of Economic Development. Since September 2021 he has been President of ASSOREIND.
Maria Elena has developed a significant experience in corporate communication at Barabino & Partners and as Communication Manager at Quanta SpA, an Italian group, with a multinational structure, active in b2b and hr services, events, and sports.
As Project Manager, she supported the start-up Shopping & Charity Srl, website with magazine on Italian excellences and showcase for solidarity purchases.
Since 2016 in Vertus, she is currently project manager in reindustrialization.
Graduated in Administration, Control and Corporate Finance from the University of Pavia with a thesis on SPACs, he is currently completing his degree in Banking, Markets and Corporate Finance at LIUC Università Cattaneo. As part of the Erasmus+ programme, he studied a semester at the University of Namur in Belgium. After an internship in Vertus in 2022, an experience that consolidated his passion for the advisory activity, in 2023 he rejoins the Reindustrialization Business Unit as a junior analyst.