Giving direction to the industrial group

Zollia Holding controls Brovedani Group, the leading engineering subcontracting group, located in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in the north-east of Italy, which is appreciated throughout the industry for its technological and organizational innovation.

Brovedani Group in turn controls and coordinates four manufacturing companies: Brovedani, Brovedani Slovakia, Brovedani Mexico and Mondial F.A.C.E.R.T.

Zollia Holding operates mainly at two levels:

  • strategic direction;
  • financial governance.

Strategic direction orientates the modus operandi of Brovedani Group, in compliance with the values of Zollia Holding, and with the culture, the philosophy and the holistic vision that inspire the Group’s entrepreneurial project.
Zollia Holding operates, through its choices and influence, with an ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) approach to sustainable finance, placing the profit motive within a larger circle of aims and motivation that focus on the Environment and Society.
In practice, the economic and financial objectives of the subsidiary must be compatible with:

  • environmentally sustainable industrial processes, with progressive reduction of waste, emissions, and energy consumption through the use of performing technology and the continuous improvement of the organization with lean methods;
  • personal enhancement in the workpiece that full respects individual dignity, cultural differences, and equal opportunities;
  • responsibility of the company in the geographical areas in which it operates, as a complementary part of an economic and social fabric.

With this commitment and in support of the medium and long-term challenges of Manufacturing 4.0 of Brovedani Group, Zollia Holding is active on two strategic fronts:

  1. innovation projects for supporting diversification or expansion of the business;
  2. initiatives intended to communicate value to internal and external stakeholders.

Through financial governance, Zollia Holding sets the financial targets (volumes and margins), defines and organizes the basic objectives, including protecting and increasing company assets, fair distribution between shareholders to promote the changeover between generations, and the optimation of financial flows. It delegates the operating decisions to the subsidiary, sharing with the subsidiary the management resources used in the financial area.