This is the Cooperative’s primary activity. It is equipped with automatic machinery including flat platen presses, an auto-platen, flexographic plotter and staplers which make it particularly competitive for the supply of small and medium quantities and for special packaging.
The entire structure is capable of transforming about four million square metres of corrugated card a year and its capacity for development is constantly opening up new markets, meaning that the activity’s growth potential and increased possibility to offer jobs to the disabled are very important. Moreover, the presence of experts and consultants within its organisation puts the Cooperative in a position to effectively help its consumers and to offer solutions to every packaging problem.
The assembly and packing activity is important too.
These activities aim to satisfy the most varied demands from the market: from the construction of displays to the assembly of industrial packaging.
The factory currently occupies a surface area of 3,000 m2, 2,000 of which are indoors, and has 48 members of staff, 34 of whom are disabled.
The Work and Solidarity Cooperative (CLS) aims to be a professional structure capable of meeting market demands by offering quality and a competitive edge, along with elasticity and a flexible approach to the customer’s requirements, thanks to years of consolidated experience, excellent capacity for development and, above all, a deep awareness that it is giving young people who are often discriminated against the chance to feel and to really live their dignity as men and women.