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RadiciGroup joins hands with Italian Atalanta club
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Aug '17
RadiciGroup, one of the world’s leading producers of a wide range of chemical intermediates, polyamide polymers, engineering plastics, synthetic fibres, and nonwovens and which is headquartered in Italy, has joined hands and signed an official agreement with Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio football club for the UEFA Europa League and the Italian TIM Cup.

At the signing of the agreement, Maurizio Radici, vice president of RadiciGroup said, “Our Group was established over 75 years ago in the valleys of Bergamo and from here it has grown and diversified its business activities, becoming the second-ranking European producer of nylon and polyester, two materials used in a multitude of applications, including sport and particularly football. From football jerseys to sport accessories, stadium seats and artificial grass yarn for synthetic turf.”

“Playing a part in these two football events seems to be the right opportunity to emphasise our strong attachment to the territory where we were born and, at the same time, highlight our desire to look beyond our national borders and focus specifically on the European market,” he added.

Luca Percassi, managing director of Atalanta B.C. said, “It’s with great satisfaction that we have been able to strengthen our partnership with this important large international group founded and deeply rooted in Bergamo. The Atalanta-RadiciGroup team-up will help each other to continue growing, not only in the national setting but also at the European level.” (GK)

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