Cefla in the first class in the CRIF rating
Cefla recently was placed in the first class by the Crif rating agency, an index equivalent to maximum reliability for the banks.
“This is why, rather than the turnover of around 361 million euro in 2013, itself a 5% increase on that of 2012, the first class rating was conditioned by aconsiderable reduction of debt, in any case very low, which has been cut from the 49 million euro of 2011 to a figure of just 4 million over the course of two years". This was the explanation given by the Chairman of Cefla, Gianmaria Balducci, who went on to explain how the company management has enabled the acheivement of such a result.
“Careful management of the warehouses, rationalisation of the product range, prioritising modularity and thoroughness in collecting payments. We have also started a process of reorganisation, which we hope will enable us to make the most of the synergies on a Group level, from the use of premises down to the expertise of workers in the various business units, who have never previously spoken to each other as they are doing now. The managerial team is cohesive and collaborative. We are always trying to ask something more of ourselves, keep in step with the times and think as a Group rather than as single divisions, which, by definition, are divided”.