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Fedrigoni Names Fulvio Capussotti to lead RFID, Innovation, ESG, Energy Transition: 3 Things to Know

March 27, 2024 by Joe Panettieri

Fedrigoni, a provider of adhesive materials, specialty papers and RFID-connected solutions, has named Fulvio Capussotti to lead RFID, innovation, ESG and energy transition.

Here are three things to know about Fulvio Capussotti, and Fedrigoni's sustainability strategy.

1. Business Scope and Scale: Fedrigoni, founded in 1888, is based in Verona, Italy. The company specializes in labels and self-adhesive materials; specialty papers for luxury packaging; RFID/NFC and connected solutions. Fedrigoni has more than 5,000 employees across 28 countries.

2. Sustainability Strategy: Fedrigoni's 2030 sustainability goals include the following targets, among others:

  • a 30% reduction in Scope and Scope 2 emissions compared to 2019;
  • eliminate 100% of waste destined for landfills; and
  • organize 90% of suppliers into science-based targets, compared to 2022.

Deeper details about Fedrigoni's 2030 sustainability goals are here.

Fulvio Capussotti's Experience: Capussotti previously was executive VP of the company's self adhesives business unit. Before joining Fedrigoni Group in 2019, Capussotti was executive VP at Ahlstrom-Munksjö for the Filtration and Performance Business Area. He started his career in the Ahlstrom-Munksjö Group in 2002 where he held various positions in Operations, R&D, Sales, Business Development and General Management, according to Fedrigoni. From 1997 to 2002 he held various positions in R&D and Portfolio Management at Solvay, his bio states.

Marco Nespolo, CEO, Fedrigoni

3. Executive Perspectives: In a prepared statement, Fedrigoni CEO Marco Nespolo said: "Capussotti will take on a new threefold challenge: To accelerate our growth in RFID; to lead ESG and Energy Transition strategy; and to drive the newly created group Innovation function." The innovation effort aims at "scouting for innovative solutions and technologies and establishing new collaborations with start-ups, innovation centers, research institutes and other players across our value chains.”

Fedrigoni Sustainability Focus: Why Technology Partners Should Care

By 2027, 25% of Global 2000 companies will have assigned a chief sustainability officer (CSO) responsible for meeting their organization’s ESG goals and making ESG-related IT purchasing decisions, according to IDC.

The bottom line: Technology partners need to extend their sales, marketing, engagement and support strategies to successfully fulfill those CSO customer needs, Sustainable Tech Partner believes.

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