The 21st Meeting of ANIMP’s Industrial Components Manufacturers Division took place in Milan on November 24th and was attended by over 250 executives representing leading EPC Contractors, Components Manufacturers and Service Providers for the Oil&Gas and Power sectors.
SupplHi was pleased to have the opportunity to present its findings on the Packages supply chain. The study was developed alongside Burckhardt Compression Italia and in collaboration with about 20 members of ANIMP, both EPC Contractors (e.g. Maire Tecnimont, Saipem, Technip, …) and vendors of Packages (e.g. ISG, Delta Engineering, Repco, …).
The objective of this 6-months study was to shed light on a fragmented and less known part of the industry and its results were positive beyond expectations. The parties involved were able to define a Standard Categorization for Packages (covering segments such as water treatment, process packages, flue gas treatment, refrigeration, HVAC and many more), identify the most important players of the Italian value chain and its strengths and weaknesses, describe market trends and opportunities, and, most importantly, highlight a number of actions that should be undertaken by the value chain so as to increase the value and sustainability of the sector as a whole.
The results were presented by Giacomo Franchini, Director of SupplHi, and by Tullio Buonocore, Business Development Consultant at Burckhardt Compression. The entire presentation can be downloaded at the following link: http://bit.ly/1QLd7kC.