Friday, 30th April 2021, RDM Group finalized, through its subsidiary RDM Blendecques S.A.S., the agreement for the sale of a 100% interest in its subsidiary R.D.M. La Rochette S.A.S., a company under French law, to Rochette Holding S.A.S., 100% owned by Mutares SE & Co. KgaA.
On the Monday, April 19 edition of Il Sole 24 Ore – the most important economic Italian daily newspaper – Vittorio Carlini focuses on RDM Group in his column “Lettera al risparmiatore”.
Within Paper Week, Comieco has renewed Riciclo Aperto, the traditional “open day” of the paper industry, which returns in a new virtual format.
Within Radio24’s Darwin podcast – in which science, technology, innovation and sustainability come together – an episode dedicated to discovering the world of paper and board.
During Comieco’s Paper Week, Corriere TV launches the online column “Riciclo Quotidiano”, about circular economy and, in particular, board and paper recycling.
On Monday, April 12, 2021, La Repubblica – one of the most relevant Italian newspapers – published an interview with Michele Bianchi, RDM Group CEO and vice president of Comieco, the Italian consortium for the recovery and recycling of fiber-based packaging.
From April 12 to 18, the Italian Consortium for the recovery and recycling of fiber-based packaging hosts a week of free online events dedicated to the collection and recycling of paper and board.
These documents clearly outline positive, solid, Group operating results for the fourth year in a row, therefore, confirming the ability to achieve structurally sound and resilient profit margins, as well as a strong awareness toward the issue of sustainability.
During the 20th edition of the Star Conference, Michele Bianchi, CEO of RDM Group, was interviewed by Giuseppe Castellini, Editor of Italia Informa, an economic-financial magazine with a focus on listed companies.
On 30 March 2021, RDM Group signed the binding contract for the sale of its French subsidiary R.D.M. La Rochette S.A.S.
The closing of the acquisition of Papelera del Principado S.A. (“Paprinsa”) and other three smaller companies by RDM Group will occur by 30 June 2021.
As every year, RDM Group has attended the Star Conference Spring Edition of the Italian Stock Exchange, scheduled for 23-24-25 March 2021.
RDM Group CEO, Michele Bianchi, was invited to the radio program, Made in Italy, which airs on RDS, to talk about the international success of the Group, whose headquarters are in Italy.
With the increasing public attention towards sustainability, packaging as we know it has changed shape and size, becoming increasingly eco-friendly.
Following the early training and design phases, the BBS (Behavior-Based Safety) pilot project has been officially launched at Santa Giustina Mill.
In recent years, the separate collection has grown in Italy and, also in 2019, recycling of paper and cartonboard has confirmed the positive trend, improving national performance by 3%.
With a view toward integration and continuous improvement, RDM Group has recently updated and harmonized all the technical specifications of its products.
RDM Group has been shortlisted among the five most successful cases in the “Risk and Safety” category.
The Board of Directors of RDM Group favorably assessed an irrevocable offer received by its subsidiary RDM Blendecques S.A.S. for the purchase of its 100% interest in R.D.M. La Rochette S.A.S.
On Tuesday, 9th February 2020, RDM Group has taken part to the 14th edition of the Frankfurt European MidCap Event, which has been hold as a fully digital event.
During 2020 Villa Santa Lucia Mill achieved the ambitious Zero Accident goal. Despite this achievement, a new awareness-raising campaign highlights the Group’s constant focus on safety at work.
RDM Group is an active member of 4evergreen, the CEPI Alliance that brings together companies across the whole fibre-based packaging value chain who are committed to raising circularity and sustainability.
A new European study – released by EPPA, the European Paper Packaging Association – challenges common perception that reusable tableware in quick service restaurants has lower environmental impacts than single-use fibre-based packaging.
A study commissioned by Two Sides – a not for profit global initiative promoting the use of paper packaging – found that consumers throughout Europe are willing to change their behaviour in order to shop more sustainably.