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Alfa Romeo net Camozzi Group partnership

Alfa Romeo net Camozzi Group partnership

March 5, 2022
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Camozzi joins the Swiss Formula One team as an Official Partner.

Formula One team Alfa Romeo have signed a new partnership with Camozzi Group, a global leader in the production of components and systems for high-tech industrial automation.
With a wide range of expertise in the fields of additive manufacturing to mechatronics and production process modelling, Camozzi will help Alfa Romeo by providing its technology to help the team move up the midfield. Additionally, the partnership will also facilitate talent and knowledge programmes through the Camozzi Research Centre in Milan and Sauber Technologies in Hinwil.
Camozzi’s branding will be visible on the Alfa Romeo cars—on the sidepod air inlets—and also in the team garages and other team assets.

Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal of Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN, commented:
“The Camozzi Group is a natural fit for us: they have a long history of excellence in Formula One and they understand our requirements and need for precision and excellence. In addition, there are many potential crossovers between their work and that of Sauber Technologies, a company within the Sauber Group. These synergies are what the joint projects we are going to carry out with the Camozzi Group will be about, as well as promoting a new generation of talented engineers and researchers.”

Lodovico Camozzi, President and CEO of Camozzi Group, added:
“The Camozzi Group loves rising to the technological challenges of achieving excellence, and Formula One is the ideal opportunity for us to showcase our technically advanced products to the world. The thought of becoming a partner with the Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN is extremely attractive not only because of the racing aspects but also because of Sauber Technologies’ commitment to innovation and its application throughout the business world. We are thrilled to have this opportunity to race with them and develop new projects together.”

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