Ferretti Group Resumes Yacht Production in All Its Shipyards
One of the world’s biggest yachting conglomerates, Italy’s Ferretti Group has restarted production, “safely picking up where it left off”.
Ferretti Group has reopened all its shipyards in Ancona, Mondolfo, Cattolica, Forlì, La Spezia and Sarnico following suspended production due to Covid-19.
The group’s yacht-building portfolio comprises Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally.
The resumption of production followed new regulations and collaboration with local and national Institutions and Trade Unions, sanctioned by a protocol signed on April 15.
Ferretti Group is paying all its workers a productivity bonus with their salary for April, plus a €100 bonus provided for by Decree Law 18/2020 that it has decided to pay in advance to all its employees.
CEO Alberto Galassi said: “Today is a good day for us to reopen our shipyards and reopen them safely, thanks to the commitment of many who care about Ferretti Group’s people.
“The Ferretti Group is safely picking up where it left off: from the boats sold to be built and delivered, and from the interest and trust of many yacht owners around the world.”