SIAP donates a Zeiss measuring machine with the “flavor of future” to IIS "II Tagliamento" in Spilimbergo
The donation complements visits to the company and classroom testimonials that bring some of Carraro employees to stand alongside teachers in the classroom
Spilimbergo, Nov. 21, 2022 – It was a simple and intense ceremony last Friday at the Istituto d'Istruzione Superiore "II Tagliamento" in Spilimbergo that saw the unveiling of a new Zeiss measuring machine donated by SIAP, the Carraro Group company specializing in gears, based in Maniago.
Before getting into the heart of the event, the Head of School Lucia D'Andrea wanted to create a special and touching moment by dedicating the Institute's machine shop to Walter Cudis, a technical assistant recently passed away.
After the greeting of the Mayor of Spilimbergo, Enrico Sarcinelli, the floor was passed to the various actors of this beautiful initiative, from Tomaso Carraro (Vice Chairman of Carraro Group) to Paolo De Col (General Manager of SIAP), from Marco Turconi (Director Industrial Quality Solutions of Zeiss) to Luciano Ferrari (Sales Manager of Zeiss) to Prof. Luca Rosset, the Institute's point of reference for workshop activities.
"We have always been close to the territories in which we operate, with various initiatives, and we like to keep a special eye precisely on the schools and technical institutes that help create the workers of tomorrow. - said on the occasion Tomaso Carraro, Vice Chairman and Chief CSR Officer of Carraro Group - By donating this measuring machine, technologically in step with the times, we ideally want to create a bridge between school and business. Because it is essential to shape skills suitable for the world of work that are consistent with the very needs of companies. For us, this is a conscious act of corporate social responsibility that integrates well with the guided tours of the company specifically dedicated to technical institutes and universities as well as with the classroom testimonials that bring some of our staff to work alongside professors to add a practical content to the theory that students learn every day in books."