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Giugno 2020

Interview taken from European Business: Multidisciplinary engineering services

Interview taken from European Business: Multidisciplinary engineering services 455 420 Incico Spa

Interview with Giovanni Monini, CEO of Incico SpA

The Medupi power plant in South Africa is just one of the major projects for which Incico SpA has provided engineering services

Giovanni Monini, CEO of Incico SpA

European Business: Mr. Monini, how does your recent restructure put the company in a better position going forward?

Giovanni Monini: When the company was started by my father 40 years ago, it focused primarily on civil engineering projects. In 2000 we began to branch out into multidisciplinary projects. Today, we operate in three distinct areas and our new company structure reflects this. The business units Green, Plants and Infrastructures cover our activities in renewable energy, biopolymers, biorefinery and environmental protection, power generation, oil & gas and industrial installations, and roads, railways, harbor constructions and large-scale civil infrastructures respectively. By organizing these activities into three separate business units, we can optimize our processes while exploiting synergies across the board.

European Business: Italy like the rest of Europe is just now emerging from the coronavirus lockdown. How much have the restrictions affected your business?

Giovanni Monini: The lockdown has slowed things down somewhat in the engineering sector, but that has not been overly traumatic for us. On the whole, engineering has not been adversely affected. As a result, we are positive about the future. We see ourselves currently in the midst of a growth phase that has only been slightly delayed by the crisis. At the start of the year, we appointed a new French Managing Director, Olivier Severini, to push forward our growth plans and help us break into new markets such as Mission Critical Facilities engineering or EPCM projects. We see huge potential for the business in the field of BCM (Building Construction Management) and are also keen to expand our international activities.

European Business: What would you say are your main markets?

Giovanni Monini: Our activities are primarily focused on the fields of oil and gas, petrochemicals and power/energy generation. The Plants business unit, which focuses on industrial installations and power plants is currently the most important for us in terms of turnover but we see the greatest potential in our Green business unit. A celebration planned to mark our 40th anniversary at the end of September will hopefully be able to go ahead and will provide a platform for us to present our vision for a more sustainable future for the energy sector. If recent events have taught us anything, it is that new technologies must be orientated towards systems that are ‘eco-compatible’, in other words green systems that do not inhibit growth, wealth creation or employment opportunities. Our solid background in the green sector means that we can take a lead in this field with environmentally-friendly waste facilities, renewable energy generation installations and innovative plants for biodegradable bioplastics.

European Business: Investment in digitalisation has proved its worth during the Covid-19 crisis. How do you see digital technologies developing in the future in your industry?

Giovanni Monini: We have taken advantage of digital tools to allow us to continue to work during the lockdown. Digital platforms that allow entire teams to communicate and work on common projects at the same time have come into their own under the unique circumstances caused by the virus. We will continue to invest in these technologies, not just with regards to project planning, design and construction but also for commissioning, operation and servicing. Our in-house research and innovation efforts are focused on what we call Smart Engineering incico 4.0, a new kind of integrated engineering comprising of a competitive approach, integrated methods and common processes.

Incico office

European Business: You are also hoping to expand internationally. Where do you see the greatest potential?

Giovanni Monini: We have worked directly for foreign customers for the past 15 years and have a great deal of experience in foreign markets. In addition to India, where we took over a company seventeen years ago, we are currently targeting clients in northern Europe where green initiatives are a priority. We also have several high profile international projects in the pipeline with our historic client ABB as well as General Electric. Our record speaks for itself.

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LA SEZIONE PROCESSO ANCORA IN CRESCITA

LA SEZIONE PROCESSO ANCORA IN CRESCITA 160 160 Incico Spa

La consistente crescita di contratti in acquisizione per la disciplina processo, richiede un ulteriore potenziamento di questa specialità. Per questo, dal 1° Luglio 2020 prenderanno servizio in Incico 4 nuovi ingegneri chimici che sono stati selezionati con diversi livelli di anzianità ed esperienza:
– Daniele Trombetta –  58 anni, Process Engineer & Project Engineering Manager
– Francesco Glielmi –  37 anni, Senior Process Engineer
– Antonio Morgante – 25 anni, neolaureato con lode, Junior Process Engineer
– Stefano Favaretti – 25 anni, neolaureato con lode, Junior Process EngineerDiamo il benvenuto ai nuovi colleghi nella convinzione che troveranno in Incico un contesto ideale dove portare il loro contributo e partecipare alle importanti sfide che ci attendono.
Una parte del personale continuerà ad operare in smart working da casa sino a nuove disposizioni.

Giugno 2020

Giugno 2020 150 150 Incico Spa
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Technip – DOW Impianto “Plug Flow Reactor” Dow Chemical Italia
General Electric Repowering Centrale GuD 1 di Monaco Germania
EP Produzione Interventi di rinnovamento Centrale di Tavazzano Italia
Cargill Stabilimento di Castelmassa Italia
Hitachi Zosen Inova Waste to Energy Rockingham Australia
Ansaldo Centrale a ciclo combinato di Marbach Germania
Lyondelbasell Impianto Spheripol di Amur Russia
Paul Wurth Italia Impianto Tecnored Brasile
SOGIN Decommissioning sito nucleare di Trisaia Italia
Arkad Stazione di Compressione Gas di Beni Saf Algeria
Lyondelbasell PDP Spheriphol e Spherilene AGIC Arabia Saudita
Technip DL Deodorizzazione impianto ASI Siracusa Italia
CNIM Waste to Energy Earls Gate Scozia
General Electric Centrale Nucleare EDF di Hinkley Point Inghilterra
Ansaldo Energia Repowering della Centrale di Turbigo Italia
ABB Svezia Progetto SACOI 3 interconnessione HVDC Italia e Francia
Technip Adeguamento depositi GPL Sardegna Italia

COMPLETATA LA FASE 1 DEL PROGETTO DI SBOTTIGLIAMENTO SF5 DI FERRARA

COMPLETATA LA FASE 1 DEL PROGETTO DI SBOTTIGLIAMENTO SF5 DI FERRARA 588 752 Incico Spa

Nel mese di giugno si è conclusa la fase 1 denominata FEL1 del progetto di debottlenecking dell’impianto supporto catalizzatori SF5 di LyondellBasell situato nel petrolchimico a Ferrara.
Il progetto è stato caratterizzato da ingegneria multidisciplinare con forte afferenza della disciplina di processo. L’obbiettivo finale richiesto al team di progetto, è stato sviluppare l’ingegneria necessaria per redigere una stima +50/-30% dell’investimento nelle varie alternative di processo individuate dal business. A seguire senza soluzione di continuità inizierà la fase successiva del progetto.

INCICO IMPEGNATA CON TECHNIP PER IL PROGETTO DI ADEGUAMENTO DEI CENTRI DI STOCCAGGI GPL IN SARDEGNA

INCICO IMPEGNATA CON TECHNIP PER IL PROGETTO DI ADEGUAMENTO DEI CENTRI DI STOCCAGGI GPL IN SARDEGNA 1009 769 Incico Spa

L’adeguamento riguarda le nuove normative di sicurezza relativamente a quattro impianti ITALGAS di stoccaggio GPL  situati a Cagliari, Sassari, Nuoro e Oristano. Le attività di ingegneria sono riferite principalmente alle parti Strumentale e HSE in funzione del Rischio Accidentale. Minori interventi verranno eseguiti per Potenziare i Sistemi di Video-sorveglianza e l’ottimizzazione di configurazioni attualmente critiche per la funzionalità della distribuzione/stoccaggio del prodotto.

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