Thermaflex establishes Italian sales subsidiary

The Dutch Thermaflex Group, which manufactures technical insulation materials, has established a branch in Italy. The new subsidiary, Thermaflex Italia Srl, will significantly expand the distribution of pre-insulated flexible pipe systems, particularly in the Italian Mediterranean region. The focus is on local heating pipelines in the renewable energy sector, as well as municipal district heating networks.

Service-oriented turnkey solutions, which are tailored and designed specifically for each project, are central to their strategy. The use of pre-insulated pipe systems within refrigeration and air conditioning systems also has enormous potential in a Mediterranean country such as Italy, the company states in its press release.

Up till now, distribution was managed by an Italian partner, Tecnoterm Srl. CEO of the new subsidiary is Gianfilippo Sessa, who already has many years of management experience. A number of Tecnoterm employees are also now working for Thermaflex Italia Srl.

Katharina Ertmer

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