They are called the professionals of the invisible, because they are the ones who enter supermarkets, hospitals and companies before people start their day and make it possible for them to work safely. With the pandemic, the facility management sector, which employs more than half a million people in Italy, has regained centrality and importance.Download
Guiding us through this story is Alberto Tavani Colussi, managing director of Euro&Promos, a Friuli-based company that today employs 5,500 people and closed 2020 with a 34% increase in turnover. The numbers are eloquent. If the army of invisibles were to be stopped, the whole country would come to a standstill.Download
In 2020, turnover at EUR 108 million, EBITDA at 11.2%, net profit up 34%.
In the year of the pandemic, facility management services, which in Italy employ over half a million people, have regained centrality and importance, enabling many companies to close their accounts more positively than in the past.Download
Euro&Promos FM’s certified interventions in companies and hospitals.
They call themselves the professionals of the invisible, those who work at night in closed or little frequented structures to ensure the health and safety of workers or health operators. Euro&Promos FM S.p.A. is one of the leading players in the field of sanitisation, a company that offers cleaning services, warehouse logistics and industrial maintenance.Download
Euro&Promos FM S.p.A. closes its 2020 accounts with the best year since its establishment: increased employment and gender inclusiveness, actions for environmental sustainability and consolidation of welfare policiesDownload
The Friuli-based multi-service company approves its accounts. All indicators are growing. The value of production rises to 108 million, EBITDA to 11.2% and employees to 5,700.Download