A group of University of Salerno Food Engineering students, led by Innovation Management professor Giovanna Ferrari, visited yesterday 15 April CTI FoodTech factory and offices as part of the events organized all over Italy for the National Made in Italy Day, an initiative by Ministry of Enterprises to celebrate Italian science and art genius Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday anniversary. More than 200 events took place nationwide to promote the social role of the country’s cultural heritage and Made in Italy products for economy development. CTI FoodTech was selected for its contribution to the food industry sector represented by the patented innovations developed in Italy and installed on its food processing machines.

In the photos, CTI FoodTech CEO and R&D Department head Biagio and Alessandro Crescenzo lecturing the students about the process of industrial innovation design and patenting.

CTI FoodTech page on Ministry of Enterprises website