Absolute Yachts selected for the 2022 Campioni dell’Export survey

Absolute Yachts selected for the 2022 Campioni dell’Export survey

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24/01/2022 - 18:52

Absolute Yachts confirms its international vocation by taking an excellent 39th place out of 200 companies selected for the 2022 Campioni dell’Export survey. The Piacenza-based shipyard is the only yacht builder to appear in the ranking.

The project was launched by Il Sole 24 Ore and the German multinational Statista to encourage exports and acknowledge the most virtuous Italian companies that stood out for their international business in various industries between 2020 and 2021, allowing the country to look to the future with a healthy dose of confidence.

The report was drawn up by selecting companies with headquarters and a manufacturing facility in Italy, founded by 2018, and not falling under any of the exclusion conditions provided for by art. 80 of Italian Legislative Decree. 50/2021. Another key selection criterion was that their 2020 turnover had to range between €1.5 and 500 million and feature high export volumes related to physical goods.

 “This project about exports is a first for Statista: Italy is an excellent pilot country for this project, given its strong propensity for exports and the high reputation of Made in Italy products in the world”, said Thomas Clark, Senior Associate Partner at Statista. After all, exports play a central role in relaunching industrial growth, the recovery of the Italian economy and therefore national wealth and wellbeing.

Exports have always been especially important for Absolute Yachts, a Piacenza-based company that is proud to export Made in Italy quality worldwide through every detail of their boats, from workmanship to fine fabrics, furniture, and materials. The Campioni dell’Export 2022 recognition is a major milestone for the history of the shipyard, confirming their winning strategy and inspiring them to stay the course.

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