With increasingly resilient, aware and inclusive supply and value chains is how forward-looking companies will face the complex international geopolitical context. Fonderia Morini’s investments since 2018 have moved exactly in this direction.


The Cotignola-based foundry received a special mention in "Il resto del carlino", a local newspaper from Emilia Romagna.

Starting from Fonderia Morini's origins to the present day, the newspaper then reported some brief comments from brothers Luca and Enrico Morini, CEO and majority shareholder of Fonderia Morini Group, respectively.

In the foundry sector, starting from the beginning is often the ideal solution. The possibility to oversee every single phase of the production, from pattern design to casting simulations, ensures absolute control over the entire line, thus guaranteeing optimal results.

While being the ideal option, starting from scratch is not always the cheapest in terms of time and resources. For this reason, Fonderia Morini's Pattern Department does not only make patterns of all kinds (including wood, resin and aluminium patterns), but also offers its customers the opportunity to give new life to previous patterns.

The value of a company can also be measured by its business climate. For this reason, Fonderia Morini has always put much effort in optimizing both the offices management and the concrete aspects of the production process.

However, imposing decisions from above is not enough to foster a positive atmosphere. Managers need to be willing to listen to employees, and the latter need to feel comfortable in expressing their opinions on their working life. Fonderia Morini knows this well, and over the years it has managed to grow and evolve by listening to those who work within it, welcoming their ideas.

The beating heart of a company is its employees. Without effective collaboration between all the individuals that make it up, it is impossible to obtain significant results. This collaboration, in turn, depends on the business climate.

As a family business, Fonderia Morini and its managers (the brothers Luca and Enrico Morini) are well aware of the importance of the business climate for a successful collaboration. Only if the company offers a positive space in which to collaborate will the employees be able to bring new and innovative ideas to everyone’s benefit.