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Romano Prodi to inaugurate the Museum of Sacmi Technology

On 4th December the former President of the European Commission will open the Museum of Sacmi Technology.

The Museum of Sacmi Technology (MUST) is to be inaugurated on Saturday 4th December by former President of the European Commission Romano Prodi. Mr. Prodi, in response to an invitation by the Cooperative’s Board of Administrators, will be taking part in the ceremony, to begin at 9.30 at the Group’s head offices in via Selice 17/a, Imola (Bologna). Immediately after the cutting of the ribbon, Mr. Prodi will visit the extensive museum; this illustrates the past, present and future of technological innovation at the Sacmi multinational, originally founded in 1919. Also attending the inauguration will be other key figures such as the President of the Province of Bologna and President of the Region, Vasco Errani. Then from 10 am to 4 pm, the entire Sacmi plant will be open to the public as part of celebrations marking the 85th anniversary of the cooperative.


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