A growth rate of more than 7% per year on average over the last 6 years, a profitability of more than 10% on average over the last 3 years, and positive net revenues in 2016. These are the main criteria that guided the corporate finance experts of Special Affairs of Milan and the analysts of the rating agency Modefinance of Trieste – coordinated by Caterina della Torre from Italypost – in the selection of 500 top performer Italian companies (with a turnover from 20 to 120 million euro), out of a total of almost 15,000. Molino Rossetto, a company from Pontelongo (Padua) that operates in the flour sector, was highlighted. The announcement – which took place during the event ‘L’Italia che genera futuro’ (Italy generating future) on Friday, March 16 at the Milan Stock Exchange at Palazzo Mezzanotte – was attended by Chiara Rossetto (in the photo with Daniele Manca and Massimo Fracaro from Corriere della Sera), invited on the stage to tell the successful story of the family business she leads together with her brother Paolo – in the presence of managers, university teachers, and large companies.
Flour: much more than a commodity
We are really proud of this important award – declared Chiara Rossetto – which rewards the hard work done in recent years. A daily commitment that has allowed us to grow – despite the difficult economic crisis that our country has gone through – and to enhance the world of flour, always considered a commodity, making it dynamic and innovative. All this thanks to the ability to intercept and meet quickly the needs of modern consumers.