MILAN, May 25 (Class Editori) — Eni, CNH Industrial and IVECO will form an alliance to improve food security and reduce transport emissions. The three companies signed a memorandum of understanding to develop joint initiatives in the fields of agriculture, sustainable mobility and education, contributing to social development in countries of common interest in their respective business sectors.
The memorandum of understanding in detail
Eni, CNH Industrial and IVECO will focus in particular on strengthening the value chain in the agricultural sector, increasing the efficiency of agricultural activities and facilitating market access for players in the sector. The partnership will also include professional training aimed at young people, students and entrepreneurs. The partnership will thus invest in the implementation of high-level training courses, expanding training opportunities for young people in preparation for their entry into the labor market.
“Three major private players are pooling their expertise and experience in developing cooperative projects, technical training and mechanization to promote access to education and economic diversification in their target contexts, boosting sustainability in the agricultural supply chain in both food and energy," Guido Brusco, General Manager Natural Resources at Eni, stated.
New challenges for the entire supply chain
Carlo Lambro, Brand President New Holland, added that agriculture "is a sector that draws strength from quality, production, traceability and the connection with the land, and that is a protagonist of the technological challenges of both our present and our future". New sustainable transportation solutions "must enable us to meet the goals of decarbonization and environmental protection. At the same time, it is important to support continuing education initiatives that know how to respond to the new challenges facing the entire production chain in the countries where we operate," Michele Ziosi, Senior Vice President Institutional Relations & Sustainability at IVECO Group, concluded. "The challenge of ecological transition must bring with it opportunities for economic and social development. We will join forces with Eni and CNH Industrial to leverage each other's expertise and continue our commitment to sustainable, accessible and inclusive mobility". (All rights reserved)