Last September, in the Romolo Valli Theater of Reggio Emilia, Italy, Comer Industries presented its three-year strategic plan aimed at significant development and stable growth of business and to assert Comer Industries as a leader in the power transmissions industry.
After a 2013 dedicated to consolidation of results, due to the slowdown in the global economy, the sales forecasts of the long-term plan point to a significant growth in coming years: Comer Industries relies on new projects with major customers, widening of its product range and geographic expansion.
To support growth strategies, Comer Industries has developed the Comer Business System: an integrated company management system designed to favor lean and efficient organization processes. “The Comer Business System,” says Fabio Storchi, president, “is the organization model we have chosen to run on the road to excellence.”
A fundamental part of the Comer Business System is human capital: the company is committed to promote this resource through both continuous training activities, managed by the in-house school, Comer Academy, and by hiring talents from high-ranking universities.
Over 170 directors and managers of the company from all Italian and foreign subsidiaries took part in the event.