PMT Italia is based in Pinerolo (TO), in 65.000 m2 facilities where the company designs paper machines and components for the worldwide paper industry. Since the Nugo Group has bought it up, PMT Italia has enlarged its activities through the creation of subsidiaries.
All the shares of Beloit Italia were sold to the Nugo Group and the company was renamed PMT Italia S.p.A. The company, still producing paper machinery, has extended its activities to engineering of auxiliary equipment for paper machines in its historic facilities. The company has around 250 employees in its Pinerolo site.
The same tail wind that had helped Italia to the Pole now impeded her progress. Nobile calculated that the return journey would take 40 hours, and had discussed their options with Dr Malmgren in the hours before their arrival at the Pole. Nobile considered a trans-polar route to Mackenzie Bay in Canada but, according to Nobile, Malmgren advised a return to Kings Bay, predicting lessening winds on their return trip. On the other hand, Malmgren anticipated a head wind all the way if the Canadian route was attempted. No doubt the prospect of a forced landing in the Canadian wilderness was unpalatable to both men, as it would mean the end of the expedition.
The first critical incident occurred at 9:25am on 25 May, when the elevator control jammed in the downward position while the ship was travelling at less than 1000 ft altitude. All engines were stopped and the Italia began to rise again after it had dropped to within 300 ft of the jagged ice pack. The airship was allowed to continue rising to 3000 ft and above the cloud layer into bright sunlight for 30 minutes. After two engines were restarted, the ship descended to 1000 ft with no apparent ill effect, with the headwind appearing to decrease slightly allowing an airspeed of 30 mph. Malmgren took the helm with Zappi supervising him, and Cecioni continued to operate the elevators.
Travelling directly south on a heading for Kings Bay, after 24 hours of increasing head winds and thick mist, the Italia was only halfway back to base. The airship struggled to gain ground and break through to the zone of calmer winds which expedition meteorologist Finn Malmgren predicted was just ahead. Ice was forming on the propellers and shooting off into the envelope, which necessitated running repairs. Engine speed was increased but with little effect, except for a doubling of fuel consumption. Dr Běhounek, who was in charge of the compass, started to report variations in course of up to 30 degrees, and the elevator man Cecioni had similar problems maintaining control. By 07:30 on 25 May, Nobile, who had been awake for over 48 hours, knew that the situation was critical and Giuseppe Biagi, the wireless operator, sent out the message: "If I don't answer, I have good reason". By dead reckoning, Nobile estimated his position to be 100 mi northeast of Moffen Island; instead they were 200 mi east of the island.
Telecom Italia was officially created on 27 July 1994 by the merger of several telecommunication companies among which SIP, Iritel, Italcable, Telespazio and Sirm. This was due to a reorganization plan for the telecommunication sector presented by IRI to the Minister of Finance.
In 1995, the mobile telephony division was spun off as TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile). Interbusiness, Italy’s largest Internet network, was created and in the same period with TIN (Telecom Italia Net) and the first ISPs, internet access became a reality in Italy. In 1996, TIM introduced a new prepaid rechargeable phone card (GSM), and one year later launched short messaging service (SMS) capability. In 1997, under the chairmanship of Guido Rossi, Telecom Italia was privatised and was transformed into a large multimedia group.
The Telecom Italia Group also operates in South America; in Brazil as TIM Brasil, and in Argentina and Paraguay with Telecom Argentina Group. TIM Brasil has its local headquarters in Rio de Janeiro.
After the reorganization of editorial activities, in 2005 Telecom Italia acquired Tin.it and Virgilio from Telecom Italia Media.
By 2001, the company was in debt and was acquired by Marco Tronchetti Provera. The following year, the group released its DSL Flat service in Italy, Alice ADSL, with a download speed of 32 kbit/s and an upload speed of 8 kbit/s for €40/month plus a monthly based tax of €14.57, the "Canone Telecom", besides the mandatory monthly bills for home telephone numbers (a home telephone number was required for ADSL service). Telecom Italia Media, the group's multimedia company, was formed in 2003 from Seat Pagine Gialle, focussing its business on the television sector with La7 and MTV channels.
After 43 years of cooperation, Beloit Italia was bought up when Beloit Corporation collapsed into bankruptcy.
The American paper machines producer, Beloit Corporation bought up the company in September 1957. The company was renamed Beloit Italia and started to supply machines and equipment to the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
In 2017 the first season of Celebrity Masterchef Italia ended with the victory of Roberta Capua, an Italian actress.
Crédit Agricole Leasing Italia S.r.l. (CALIT) was formed in 2008, which served as the lease finance arm of Crédit Agricole Group in Italy. Crédit Agricole acquired a subsidiary of Leasint, from Intesa Sanpaolo as the predecessor of CALIT. In September 2009 Crédit Agricole sold 85% shares of CALIT to Cariparma, with 15% retained by the parent company. Leasint itself was a product of merger.
In 2010 Auto Italia LIVE was launched in collaboration with LuckyPDF with five, one hour long TV episodes performed and broadcast live over the internet and to a studio audience. In September 2011 Auto Italia began a second series of TV shows again performed in front of a live audience and broadcast live online from the space. This series focuses on how television affects expectations and perceptions of culture and public spaces. Artists have been commissioned to produce new work for the shows including soap operas, factual programmes, documentary works, and human and mechanical choreography.
In late 2016 the legal name of the bank was changed to Crédit Agricole Cariparma S.p.A.. However, one unified website was also used for the three brands of the Italian banking group, as well as one brand Crédit Agricole Italia was used. The unified brand was announced in March 2016 along with other items in Crédit Agricole Group's 2016–2020 business plan.
Auto Italia was founded by artists Kate Cooper, Amanda Dennis and Rachel Pimm in a squatted car garage named ‘auto-italia south east’ in Peckham, South London.
Telecom Italia reported mounting debts in 2005, and, one year later, CEO Marco Tronchetti Provera resigned.
In 1965, after 73 years since the birth of Vogue, Vogue Italia was launched, as Vogue & Novità, being the first issue for the month of November 1965. Consuelo Crespi lead the launch until 1966.
On 21 April 2017, it was announced that Crédit Agricole Italia had started the negotiation with shareholders, the Bank of Italy (the regulator) and the Voluntary Scheme of Fondo Interbancario di Tutela dei Depositi to acquire Banca Carim, Cassa di Risparmio di Cesena and Cassa di Risparmio di San Miniato, three leading independent saving banks that located in Tuscany and Emilia–Romagna but were suffered from capital shortfall. On 29 September, a contract was signed. In 2018, the 3 subsidiaries were absorbed into Crédit Agricole Italia.