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A glimps e at manufa cturing in Apulia

MECHANICAL-MECHATRONICS


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROMOTION INITIATIVES OF THE APULIA REGIONAL GOVERNMENT Puglia Sviluppo S.p.A. SPRINT Apulia REGIONAL DESK FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROMOTION

A glimpse at manufacturing in Apulia

Via delle Dalie, angolo Via delle Petunie Zona Industriale – 70026 Modugno (BA) Italia Ph. +39 080 5498811 sprint@regione.puglia.it

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE INITIATIVES OF THE APULIAN MECHANICAL BUSINESS CLUSTER C/o Confindustria Puglia Via Demetrio Marin, 3 70125 Bari Italia Ph. +39 080 5010600 distrettomeccanica.puglia@gmail.com

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The Mechanical-Mechatronics Sector 8 12 14 16 22 26 28 30 34 36 44 46 52 56 60 66 68 72 73 74 76

A motor for the economy Mechanical-Mechatronics industry, at the heart of Apulia Geographic distribution of the main production hubs The main production hubs The business cluster The technological clusters Apulian Technological Cluster of Mechatronics - Medis DHITECH, the Apulian High-tech Technological Cluster Education and research for Apulian mechanical industry Research locations Mechatronics Major mechatronics specializations Agri-foods and zootechnics Earth, metals and more Electro-mechanics Investing in Apulia Apulia’s strengths The infrastructure in place The entrepreneurial network and exports Universities and research centers Incentives for development


A glimpse at manufacturing in Apulia The Mechanical-Mechatronics Sector The Apulia Regional Government, Ministry of Economic Development, with this brochure, aims to present Apulia’s mechanical industry, one of the most successful sectors in the region’s economy, in the hope that the level of excellence it has achieved will act as a springboard towards new markets and so create yet more opportunities for growth and jobs across the territory. Some branches of this sector, such as railway diagnostics, see Apulia in a leading position worldwide. Mechanics has always been present in the region, as a solid and now ever more innovative industrial fabric. In 2013 the sector counted almost 8000 companies with roughly 50,000 personnel, representing a driving economic force. Export income alone, which exceeds 2.2 billion euro, represents almost 30% of the entire value of Apulian exports. The sector is composed of large and medium firms, associated with an ample network of specialized sub-suppliers. The industrial system is then flanked by a highly specialized research and education system that supports innovation and 4

favors sectorial growth. Those companies that traditionally engaged in machine manufacturing have in recent years been joined by innovative enterprises that operate primarily in the fields of mechatronics – the fusion of mechanics and electronics. Thus Apulia has seen the birth of exceptionally high-profile manufacturing in the automotive area, in equipment for diagnosis of rail systems, in the design and construction of automated manufacturing lines, and in the biomedical area. Apulia’s exceptional performance on foreign markets in the field of mechatronics has actually been the subject of recent studies, on the part of several research institutions. The reason for the success of these enterprises lies in their great capacities for innovation and internationalization. The policies of the Apulia Region Government have supported these processes. Mechanical companies have in fact realized innovations thanks in part to regional incentives that are linked to EU structural funds. Drawing on these, mechanical and mechatronics companies have invested more than 350 million euro over the 2007-2013 program. The future of smart specialization and regional support find in this sector one of the most attentive and strategic interlocutors. 5


In Apulia, mechanical industry, particularly in the mechatronics area, has found fertile ground, becoming rooted throughout the territory and taking full place on the international scene. Among Apulia’s olive groves and field-stone walls, alongside its beaches and many ports, the region hosts an ample number of mechanical enterprises that bring “Made in Apulia� to the entire world.

A MOTOR

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THE ECONOMY

The heart of the Italian productive system, as in all Western nations, is the mechanical industry. This is a sector that encapsulates the full force of the manufacturing, engineering and technology that man has been able to create. Motors, sensors, industrial and agri-food machinery, biomedical diagnosis systems: mechanical industry enters into all aspects of daily life and is one of the sectors where the push towards innovation is strongest.

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Companies in Apulia produce 3D systems for real-time guidance of biopsy and thermal ablation procedures.


MECHANICAL MECHATRONICS

INDUSTRY,

High productive capacities, consolidated experience, a strong push towards innovation, and availability of highly specialized labor, propensity for internalization, and support from the Regional Government: these are some of the strong points of Apulian mechanical industry, representing excellence not only for southern Italy but for the entire nation. This is a sector where large firms, in some cases multinational companies, are flanked by small and medium enterprise and the research sphere for the creation of diverse and highly specialized lines of production. In addition to the traditional areas such as production of agricultural and food-processing machinery, heavy equipment, mechanical and electrical components and metalwork, the Apulian sector now incorporates highly specialized production chains such as in mechatronics. Some of the production areas within mechatronics itself are the automation of manufacturing processes and the engineering of diagnostic components for management of rail, naval, aerospace and biomedical systems. 12

Mechanical industries are present throughout the region but are particularly concentrated in the province of Bari, where a true hub of excellence has emerged, focused on industrial automation, fluid-dynamics drilling machinery and control equipment for rail systems.

AT THE HEART OF

APULIA The MECHANICAL sector in numbers active Companies:

7,974 *

49,977 * exportS: 2.295 billion euro ** Employees:

* SOURCE: Bari Chamber of Commerce, 2013 **SOURCE: ITA - Italian Trade Agency 2013

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THE

MAIN Machines, implements and processing equipment for crop culture, livestock and food industries

PRODUCTION

HUBS

Engines and components for vehicles

High-performance recreational boat motors Earth-moving and construction equipment

Motors and components for aircraft Electro-mechanical and telecommunications equipment Industrial automation Diagnostics for railway systems and materials

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Biomedical equipment

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Detail of a manufacturing line for brake assembly and testing.


Apulian-manufactured systems for diagnosis of rail networks are used and marketed around the world.


THE

Another of the cluster’s important actions is to promote cultures of innovation and industrial sustainability among all the companies of the sector.

BUSINESS CLUSTER

The Apulian Mechanical Business Cluster was created with the objective of sustaining sustainable growth in the sectorial companies, assisting them to address international competition with ever greater strength. Education, innovation and internationalization are the key terms guiding the cluster in the establishment of instruments that favor the actors of Apulian mechanical industry. The action strategies are: strengthening activity in industrial research; development of protocols for transfer of technology and know-how between research centers, universities and companies; development of common technological infrastructure; promotion of models for organization of the companies in the production chains; support for private sector marketing and internationalization operations.

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104 Companies 5 Universities and research centers 10 government agencies, union and sector-business associations

SOURCE: Apulian Mechanical Business Cluster, 2013

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Automated machinery for assembly of fuel injectors, at Modugno (Province of Bari).


The Technological Clusters are non-profit publicprivate aggregations that operate in the sector of applied research, technology transfer and education. The activities and projects brought about by the clusters contribute to sustained social and economic development of the Apulian region, through the development and diffusion of knowledge.

THE TECHNOLOGICAL The technological clusters are linked in a network among themselves and with the international context. They favor scientific collaboration between the leading companies and the public agencies that operate in specific technological areas, hence acting as a lever for the industrial growth of the entire territory.

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In fact through their programs, the technological clusters permit optimization of the excellence of the region’s scientific structures, and at the same time the development of a critical mass with interdisciplinary competencies and great innovative capacity. They thus favor both economic and social development, and the creation of new entrepreneurialism in Apulia.

CLUSTERS The reference clusters for the mechanical sector in Apulia are MEDIS (Apulian Regional Mechatronics Cluster) and DHITECH (Apulian High-tech Technological Cluster).

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8 Companies 4 Universities and research centers 1 Associations relative to the category

APULIAN TECHNOLOGICAL

The objective of the Technological Clusters programs is to optimize the excellence of Apulia’s scientific structures, thus to contribute to the social and economic growth of the territory through development and diffusion of knowledge. The actions of the Apulian Technological Cluster of Mechatronics - Medis serve three objectives: bringing Apulia to leadership in the research-based development of mechatronic products, able to compete at the global level; consolidating and activating applied research activities for the development of new patents; supporting Apulian SME in the development of high value-added products, within the logic of territorial production chains. MEDIS also promotes projects for research and development in the key enabling technologies that the Region of Apulia has identified as strategic for future development: micro and nanoelectronics, photonics, advanced materials, and advanced production systems.

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CLUSTER OF MECHATRONICS

MEDIS

Current MEDIS research projects AMIDHERA - Advanced mini-invasive diagnosis systems and radiotherapy INNOVHEAD - Fuel consumption and operating costs for heavy-duty motors MASSIME - Innovative mechatronic security systems (cabled and wireless) for railways applications

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DHITECH, the Apulian High-Tech Technological Cluster, works for higher education, research and innovation across the different regional production sectors. The current projects are primarily in the areas of micro-electronics, biotechnology, aeronautics, ICT and lighting technology. The current DHITECH projects extend to the international level, thanks to the involvement of top companies, universities and research centers from elsewhere in Europe, alongside those of Apulia.

12 companies, 5 universities and research centers, 2 government agencies,

Processes of advanced micro and nano-fabrication for production of devices and equipment: applications in electronics, photonics, micro-mechanics and bio-sensing.

Organic LEDs (OLEDs) for application in automotive and artificial lighting sectors.

union and sector-business associations.

DHITECH,

THE APULIAN HIGH-TECH

Current DHITECH research projects AEROCOMP - Nanocomposite materials for aeronautics applications. I-DESIGN FOUNDATION - Methodologies and technologies in support of innovation for product development within a Value Network (Aeronautics sector). 30

X@WORK – Development of collaborative ITC-based work environments in support of new product development (Aerospace sector).

TECHNOLOGICAL CLUSTER GRIFIN – Development of a problem solving environment based on the infrastructure grid and equipped with advanced general-purpose services, applied to the management of “domainindependent” processes.

SECURE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – Engineering of technological solutions for security in the joint work of the actors in a supply chain. 31


The wiring stage in manufacture of mechanical components.


EDUCATION

RESEARCH

AND

One of the strengths of the mechanical sector is the presence in Apulia of a highly qualified and specialized labor force. The region’s universities and institutes of higher education provide a broad offer of certificates, bachelors and advanced degrees in engineering, for both technicians and engineers. The presence of many departments of engineering and advanced research centers (public and private) contributes to the creation of a top-ranking research system, representing a motive force for the development of enterprises and of the entire region.

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As in other economic and social areas, Apulia is in the vanguard in higher education. An example is the ‘ITS Cuccovillo’ Advanced Technical Institute for Mechatronics, the first institute in Italy with the mission of bridging education and work, founded by public and private partners. The success of this new model is demonstrated in the statistics provided by the Institute: 80% of the year 2013 graduates immediately obtained employment.

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MECHANICAL INDUSTRY 35


Bari Polytechnic (departments) Electro-technology and Electronics Civil and Environmental Engineering Environmental and Sustainable-Development Engineering Water and Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering and Managerial Sciences Mathematics Roads and Transport Inter-university Department of Physics (in cooperation with the University of Bari)

RESEARCH University of Bari (departments Chemistry

National Council for Research (CNR) Institute for Industrial Technology and Automation, Bari Section (ITIA) Institute for the Study of Intelligent Systems (ISSIA) Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems, Lecce Section (IMM) National Nanotechnology Laboratory CNR-National Institute for Materials Physics, Regional Laboratory (CNR-INFM) L.A. SER.INN Innovation Technology Transfer and Training

CONSORTIA LASer Inn (formerly Centro Laser) Consortium ‘Sintesi’

LOCATIONS

Mathematics Informatics Inter-university Department of Physics (in cooperation with Bari Polytechnic)

University of Salento Department of Engineering and Innovation 36

ENEA - National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development Brindisi Research Center Materials and New Technologies Scientific Technical Unit (MAT) Fusion Scientific-Technical Unit (FUS) Advanced Physics Technologies Scientific - Technical Unit (FIS) 37


Research and higher education have contributed to recognition of Apulian mechatronics for its high standards of excellence.


Private-company laboratories in Apulia are leading the development of innovative medical navigation systems.


One of the keys to the success of Apulian mechanical industries is the highly skilled and qualified labor force.


The mechatronics production area operates at very high levels of innovation, serving as a driver for the entire Apulian mechanical sector. The area consists primarily of medium and large companies, often multinational, primarily engaged in the automation of productive systems and the engineering and production of mechanical components with very high technological content. In Apulia, mechatronics industry is concentrated primarily in rail transport, the automotive sector, recreational boating, aerospace and the biomedical sector, but is also functional to other productive sectors.

Multinationals and large and medium enterprises find fertile terrain in Apulia, thanks to a highly qualified labor force, the incentives for companies that invest in the territory, and a research system that strongly emphasizes public-private integration. The mechatronics enterprises in the region have always had a great capacity to read the changing markets, and in light of this to adjust their offer. One example is the case of a company that first specialized in the production of automated machines and systems, and then succeeded in converting its capacities to enter the biomedical sector.

MECHATRONICS In recent years the Apulia Government, in agreement with the companies of the mechanical sector, has decided to concentrate on the enabling technologies of mechatronics as a pivot point for technological and economic development throughout the mechanical industries. The birth of the technological districts, the increase in the number of graduates from the region’s engineering faculty, and the founding of the Advanced Technical Institute for Mechatronics are several of the elements that indicate the efforts from all the sectorial actors.

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Apulian mechatronics is also recognized for excellence among major companies in the international panorama, particularly those active in the areas of protection, control and measurement of magnetic and electro-magnetic fields, with important applications in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors. Another case of Apulian excellence is the production of monitoring and diagnostic systems for rail infrastructure: a productive activity that first developed in Apulia and is now present throughout the world.

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MAJOR

MECHATRONICS Systems and vehicles for diagnosis of rail networks

Biomedical systems

Design and realization of mechanical and electrical components for automation of manufacturing processes

Construction of industrial vehicles, robots and machines

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SPECIALIZATIONS Components for combustion-engine fuel-injection systems

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Diesel motors, for vehicles and boats

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Common rail motors

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Fuel-injection systems

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Transmission components

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Brake systems

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Transmissions

Plant management software

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Systems for monitoring and control of tires.


Robotic systems for DNA extraction, RNA extraction, and liquids handling (Modugno, Province of Bari).


Apulian companies are particularly active in the production of plants for the olive-oil industry, and machines for agriculture, animal husbandry, zootechnics and the milling industry. In response to a market that is ever more attentive to sustainability, in recent years some companies of this area have expanded their activities to include production of systems and machinery for environmental protection, particularly for water treatment and collection of solid urban waste.

AGRI-FOODS AND The production of plants, power implements and machines for large and small enterprises in the agrifoods sector is an area that has long been present in Apulia. Today as in the past, the demands of the agrifoods and zootechnics sectors present new challenges to the companies active in the area. Here, technological research contributes to the invention of plants and machines that are continuously more versatile and responsive to new production systems and environmental sustainability.

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ZOOTECHNICS

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The production of olive-oil machinery is a long-standing activity in Apulia, with world-wide recognition for excellence.


EARTH,

Over time, the companies of the area have also developed high capacities in precision mechanics and in the production of different types of machinery, particularly in metal-working and for applications in the water, gas and petroleum drilling industries.

METALS AND

The production of earth-moving, construction and stone-processing machinery in Apulia has seen the emergence of leading companies at the international level, based on the strong capacities of these companies in the organization of the production chain and in responding to new market challenges, both internal and international.

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Apulian enterprises produce machines and systems for the stone extraction, movement and processing.


The Apulian companies active in the telecommunications area include an important presence specialized in production of television broadcasting equipment, including 1kW amplifiers for ATSC-recognized systems (high-tech, digital TV) meeting the numeric transmission standards for U.S., Canadian and Central American states. Recently there has also been considerable growth in production of both electrical and mechanical anti-theft devices, with some companies reaching international leadership positions.

E L E C T R O - MECHA NIC S The Apulian electromechanics segment features the presence of a number of large companies and many highly specialized small enterprises. The main areas of production are in electrical and lighting systems, heating plants (residential, urban and industrial markets), home security systems and telecommunications equipment.

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Highly-automated production systems are flanked by the knowledgeable hands of specialized technicians.


Software and mechanical industries work in conjunction, for development of highly specialized technological systems.


Apulia is one of Southern Italy’s most dynamic regions. The development model to promote new synergies between businesses and research to improve infrastructure and the availability of a qualified workforce has proved to be a winning strategy for all manufacturing sectors.

The regional government ensures high standards in the management of international relations, as well as support for new foreign operations arriving in the territory.

INVESTING IN APULIA The great strength of the “Apulian model” is the guarantee of clear guidelines for economic operators, including the creation of incentive packages for all types of Apulian businesses that are dynamic, proactive leaders in their respective sectors, operating at an international level, open to experimentation, but also custodians of a heritage of rich artisanal traditions.

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Apulia’s strategic geographic position, its commitment to environmental sustainability, an avant-garde social welfare system, and the wealth of its social capital are also factors that make Apulia a region of beauty and also of interest, both for investment and as a place to live.

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A regional government attentive to the needs of companies that invest in local economic development. A positive business climate with a dynamic entrepreneurial system.

APULIA’S An excellent network of research centers and universities.

A high quality of life the “Apulian lifestyle”. 68

A strategic geographic position with optimal infrastructure systems.

A highly qualified labor force operating in an effective labor market.

STRENGTHS An ATTRACTIVE system of incentives, aimed both at new and foreign investment and at promoting the entrepreneurial development of the existing regional productive system.

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Automated equipment for the assembly of fuel injectors.


THE

INFRASTRUCTURE

INPLACE 12.000 km OF ROADS

Exports

332,000 ACTIVE BUSINESSES *

1.528 km OF RAILWAY LINES

1 COMPANY FOR EVERY 12 CITIZENS **

2 International and 2 domestic airports

1.156 THOUSAND PEOPLE IN WORK ***

9 portS - COMMERCIAL AND PASSENGER 1 Interport 98%

of THE POPULATION HAS access to BROADband (Italian average: 96,5%) *

* SOURCE: Data from Invitalia, December 2013 72

entrepreneurial NETWORK AND

7.9 BILLION EURO IN EXPORTS *** 2.039

OF EXPORTS DURING THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2014 ****

+18,1% ON 2013)

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* SOURCE: BARI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (CCIAA), 2013 ** SOURCES: BARI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND ISTAT, 2013 *** SOURCE: ISTAT, 2013 **** SOURCE: ISTAT, 2014 73


UNIVERSITIES ANDRESEARCH

CENTERS

4 Universities (3 public, 1 private) 1 Polytechnic institute 30 networks of public research laboratories 6

Technological clusters, recognized by the National Ministry for Research and Education

5 Public-private aggregations

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Overall the Apulia Region Government has activated investments of over 3 billion euro in its own territories, which is triple the base funds accessed from the public sector, at 865 million euro. For the next program of ERDF funds the regional government will provide allocations to the productive system of more than 2.4 billion euro, representing 44.36% of the entire regional ERDF Programme budget.

INCENTIVES FOR The strategic push towards synergies in the spheres of enterprise and production has created experimentation, innovation and transfers of knowledge and know-how. At the same time, the Regional Government has made available notable resources for the promotion and support of Apulia’s different economic sectors. The resources originate in large part from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), and are directed towards firms of different sizes, present in the various productive sectors active in Apulia.

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Regional programme contracts for large enterprises 292 million euro were awarded to manufacturing firms for the development of activities and projects that have reinforced the competitiveness, the draw of investment and the development of employment in the region.

Regional programme contractS for the tourism sector With allocations of 50 million euro, this program has favored further growth in sustained off-peak tourism.

AID for medium-sized companies and consortia of small-to-medium sized businesses (Integrated Incentives Packages) 201 million euro were allocated for activities in manufacturing, service industries, agro-food processing and commercialization, to create employment, social stability and economic dynamism.

AID for medium and consortia of small-TO-medium enterprises active in tourism SECTOR (Integrated Incentives Packages for the Tourism Sector) Applying a budget of 54 million euro, this intervention has further raised the standards of quality and classification in the Apulian tourism offer.

Aid packages for micro & small business (Title II) Total allocations of 107 million euro have strengthened the economic activities of small and very small businesses, particularly through improved access to credit.

Aid packages for small Businesses for touristic sector (Title II – Tourism) This instrument provided 25 million euro in aid to small and medium enterprises active in the tourism and lodging sectors, in management of tourist port and beach services, and to small and medium businesses that undertook new tourism and hotel initiatives, including the restorationrenovation of architecturally significant and historical properties.

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Aid packages for innovative small businessES in early development This program, applying a total of 15 million euro, has stimulated the birth of micro and small enterprises based on productive applications of recent research results in the industrial sectors strategic to Apulia’s regional development (new materials, advanced logistics, advanced ICT manufacturing, energy conservation and environmental enhancement,

Aid packages for setting up or moving to SUBurban areas The Regional Government provided 10 million euro in support to business consortia and networks engaged in transferring their existing production systems away from cities with a population of over 40,000, towards extra-urban industrial areas and production parks.

public health, agro-food systems).

Call for proposals: Internationalization Aid packages for OPERATIVE innovative small businessES With a budget of 15 million euro, this initiative has supported the consolidation and growth of innovative micro and small enterprise active in the strategic industrial sectors identified by the Apulia Region Government (new materials, advanced logistics, advanced ICT manufacturing, energy conservation and environmental enhancement, public health, agro-food systems). The program supported investment projects proposed by businesses already in operation.

Integrated incentive packages for small businessES Over 49 million euro were allocated to the most dynamic of small Apulian businesses, for consolidation, innovative restructuring and expansion.

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The current call represents the first regional incentive program for business internationalization. With a budget of 20 million euro, the objective is to increase the number of exporters operating in Apulia.

New enterprise initiatives (NIDI) This initiative of the Apulia Region Government is directed at women, youth, the unemployed, persons subject to layoff, contract staff and the self-employed, who wish to begin a new business. The program provides 54 million euro in forgivable loans and mortgage financing, with investment insurance of up to 80% or 100%.

Regional technological clusters for innovation With a budget of 30 million euro, this instrument strengthens activities in industrial research, experimental development and innovation in micro, small, medium and large business, in the thematic sectors identified under the SmartPuglia2020 Strategy: Sustainable manufacturing; Environmental and personal health; Inclusive, creative and digital communities.

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The assembly stage for equipment that will be installed in manufacturing and test lines.


Apulian companies produce automated warehouses and archiving systems (Putignano, Province of Bari).


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROMOTION INITIATIVES OF THE APULIA REGIONAL GOVERNMENT Puglia Sviluppo S.p.A. SPRINT Apulia REGIONAL DESK FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROMOTION

glimpse at manufacturing in Apulia

Via delle Dalie, angolo Via delle Petunie Zona Industriale – 70026 Modugno (BA) Italia Ph. +39 080 5498811 sprint@regione.puglia.it

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE INITIATIVES OF THE APULIAN MECHANICAL BUSINESS CLUSTER C/o Confindustria Puglia Via Demetrio Marin, 3 70125 Bari Italia Ph. +39 080 5010600 distrettomeccanica.puglia@gmail.com

© APULIA REGION Photography: Michele Stallo Printed in September 2014 by Stampa Sud S.p.A. - Mottola (TA)


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