The IPSIA Institute in Todi will be named after Giuseppe Angelantoni
A very welcome tribute for a company engaged with the community since its origins
The IPSIA Institute (Professional Technical High School) of Todi will be named after Giuseppe Angelantoni, founder of the Angelantoni Industrie Group. Besides mechanics and electronics, IPSIA will from now on also conduct training courses on refrigeration technology.
"This tribute to the memory of our father is particularly welcome, said Dr Cesare Angelantoni, since the IPSIA of Todi carries out a specific professional training activity that our father has always considered an essential factor for the growth of young people. A concept he put into practice when, coming from Milan to Massa Martana in 1968, he trained many young people on the refrigeration technique, transmitting them the passion and competence of his work in this sector. We therefore consider it an acknowledgment of his culture of work, which joins the naming of the Bishop's Archives room- in Todi as well - dedicated to his name."
The Angelantoni Group will offer the necessary support for the preparation of teachers in refrigeration technology and for the creation of a laboratory area, where the refrigerating systems and equipment donated by the company will be used.
The naming ceremony will be included in the day of celebration of the 60th anniversary of the foundation of IPSIA, scheduled for the 24th October 2020.
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