The use of advanced technologies and materials allows us to design and innovate not only the shape and performance of a product, but the material itself from which it is made.
In eco-design, dematerialisation is a key objective. Metal can be successfully replaced by plastics with equal or even better performance, but with also significant weight and cost reductions.
We also make use of circular plastics, including biopolymers, biocomposites, materials from second-life processes, and materials from chemical and molecular recycling. This approach aims to maximise efficiency and sustainability in the use of environmental resources.
We then subject the products to a system of internal checks to constantly ensure the precision that translates into reliability and the highest quality.