On July 8th 2020 FAVILLINI Pharmaceutical Packaging acquired 100% of IDEAGRAFICA from Pettinari‘s family.
The two companies – leader in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical packaging industry – merged together, creating a group with a 25M € turnover, three plants (one of these completely dedicated to package leaflets) and about 150 employees.
In last years, under the guidance of Franco Pettinari and his daughters Laura and Alessandra, IDEAGRAFICA had a significant growth in turnover, becoming one of the main suppliers of packagings and package leaflets for the nutraceutical and pharmaceutical sector.
«IDEAGRAFICA is a company that in few years reached excellent results both in economical and industrial aspects. I believe FAVILLINI Pharmaceutical Packaging is the perfect partner to support us in a further development in a highly dynamic and increasingly demanding market context», commented Laura Pettinari. She added: «The merging of two successful companies, both with recent important growths, will allow us to continue investing into the future, taking a big leap, in order to take care of customers satisfaction, sustainability and territorial impact. My family’s involvement and my key role in Favillini Group as shareholder and manager confirm our total support for the project and our confidence in future results».
Eugenio Favillini said: «IDEAGRAFICA reached remarkable results, with a top level clients portfolio, fully complementary with FAVILLINI’s one and with a technologically advanced machine inventory. FAVILLINI Pharmaceutical Packaging, thanks to this partnership, doubles its turnover and will be able to enter the package leaflets market, always maintaining the quality and reliability standards that have always distinguished the company. Favillini Group will have the industrial and commercial solidity to serve at its best all pharmaceutical and nutraceutical players in Italy who are going through a period of important growth and because of this, they need to have high quality products and providers with high service standards».
Source (in Italian): stampamedia.net