Promo - published on 15 September 2023
Source: press office Confindustria Belluno Dolomiti
Borgo Valbelluna, 13 September 2023 – A Bellunese brand in the iconic Panini album dedicated to the World Motorcycle Championship: it happens to the company Cag Tecnologie Meccaniche ( Mechanical Technologies) in Borgo Valbelluna, which from this year can say it has its own stickers.
For us it was a great emotion, the recognition of a long work, which gives confidence and new energy for the future, – says Martina Savi, general manager of Cag, a leading company in the field of mechanical machining, automation, design and production of industrial machinery with thirty years of activity behind it.
The Mel-based factory has in fact launched a partnership with the Vicenza-based Speedup team, one of the strongest and most competitive in Moto2: Cag is both main sponsor and manufacturer of some of the bikes’ components, a double front that has taken the company to the major international circuits.
For this reason, an initiative will be launched aimed at both employees and residents of the province of Belluno: whoever completes the Panini Album dedicated to MotoGP first will win a pass for a race at the circuit.
We will reward the two fastest employees, but we will open the contest to all Belluno residents, – Savi points out. – The idea came about quite spontaneously looking at the excitement and pride we all felt when we discovered that the fruit of our work was also in the Panini album. For many, the Panini stickers are a ‘myth’, a passion to be passed on to new generations.
The final date for handing over the complete album will be 31 January 2024: the winners will be able to enter the paddock, the area of the autodrome reserved for the teams and maintenance operations.
Actually, this is nothing new for Cag. In fact, the company organised its “Family Day” on 20 August during the MotoGP held at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.
We provided passes for our employees, everyone was able to bring a family member or an acquaintance. It was a way to share great teamwork and look forward to the next challenges, – Savi concludes.