“Mama Sofia” is the charitable association, born in Congo, with the aim of taking care of single mothers and street children who live as marginalized in unsustainable conditions. The president, Zakia Seddiki Attanasio, wife of the Italian ambassador Luca Attanasio, was invited and welcomed to our headquarters. Alberto Antolini expressed his deep appreciation for this difficult humanitarian mission, offering a concrete contribution and his own personal willingness to carry out new projects.Read more
In this video, Alberto Antolini, Ocrim CEO, talks about the commitment, dynamism and courage with which our company faces everyday life, even in the most ticklish moments. He entrusts the meaning of our philosophy – that has been able to create a strong and recognizable identity all over the world – to five symbolic words. He does it with the pride but also with the simplicity that are his own, trusting in an increasingly innovative and stimulating future.
What does it mean to do business today? From a consideration by Alberto Antolini, Ocrim CEO, those true values emerge that, today more than ever, determine the success and growth of a company. The identity with the territory, the productive autonomy, the passion for constant research and meticulous development, the appreciation for the dedication of the staff. These are indispensable aspects to achieve an increasingly precious goal of development and global well-being by winning the license of citizens of the world. We share with this video an anticipation of Alberto Antolini’s speech which will be proposed in full in the next few days.
The experience of those who made it possible that even a “piece of our heart” reached the Ukrainian people. Among so many thoughts and feelings, our gratitude emerges for all the volunteers, and there are many who are giving their help with love and a great sense of solidarity.
Thanks to the collection of humanitarian aid, organized by the volunteers of the Social Cooperative Agropolis Onlus, Ocrim was able to donate 5 tons of essential relief items, also for children. The collected goods were destined for Krakow, where the local Catholic charity Caritas is helping Ukrainian refugees who cross the border of their country to seek support and hospitality. A small gesture for Ocrim, but an important help for those who daily welcome refugees forced to flee their homeland, separating themselves from their loved ones.
(…) The warrior for us is the one who sacrifices himself for the good of others. His task is to take care of the elderly, the defenseless, those who cannot provide for themselves, and above all, the children, the future of humanity.Sitting Bull
This is the quote that the Ocrim CEO, Alberto Antolini, used in the covering letter .
Come with us. Let us guide you inside the company through a tour to watch the life after lockdown. A few minutes are enough to show you how Ocrim got back in game. Let’s move from one department to another, giving you also an overhead glimpse of various production sites It is comforting to be back to ‘normal’ again, after feeling like it would never be the same again. We are now running at full operation. Is it the same like before? Apparently it is, and yet something has changed in the heart of each of us. The fear and isolation of the last few months have brought about a new awareness, making us reassess those values that have faded a little over time: family, sharing, friendship, our tricolor. We are experiencing a new start, a new way of appreciating life and every little gesture of everyday life that we used to take for granted. And so we realize that there is always a silver lining, even in the worst situations.
We are proud to count among our Philippines customers companies that are working hard to help the country deal with the Covid-19 emergency. Numerous initiatives have been taken, for example, by San Miguel Corporation, Pilmico Foods Corporation and Universal Robina Corporation to produce and supply health devices and equipment, to distribute food goods to the poorest communities and to support small local businesses.Read more