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SINFONET intends to coordinate and carry out a wide range of initiatives for the Foundry of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys and for the engineering companies.

It brings together 45 Entities and Companies, with over 4500 employees in Veneto and a turnover of about € 1.5 billion.

SINFONET will constitute in Veneto a Pole of Excellence, grouping the actors of the entire supply chain: foundries, producers of raw materials and consumables, suppliers of engineering, services, technology, plants, research and innovation, end-users.

SINFONET is the Regional Centre of Excellence for:

Research, development, innovation and technology transfer, digitisation

Integration of foundries with suppliers (services, materials, technologies) and engineering companies

Training and qualification of human resources in scientific, innovative and multi-disciplinary fields

Participation in calls for funding

Internationalization and identification of new markets

The Network deals with Research, Innovation & Technology Transfer applied to the Foundry, and aimed at the full control of processes, the guarantee of high quality products and services, the introduction of innovative design and design criteria, optimised use of raw materials.

It also aims to enhance the human capital of the companies involved in the entire foundry chain, through actions aimed at implementing skills, strengthening the know-how of staff, creating new skills. On this same site you will find a presentation of our training courses.

SINFONET aims to foster integration processes in international markets, promote economic, commercial, industrial and financial cooperation, implement the process of expansion in the foreign markets of the Companies participating in the Network.

Finally, it aims to foster the development of "digitally managed" foundries, where processes and quality are continuously monitored and controlled through advanced sensors and the integrated application of numerical models and cognitive systems.


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