The Italian newspaper “Il Giornale” dedicates a full page in-depth analysis of Leonardo's supply chain with a specific focus on the Lombardy supply chain. "In the Region, today, we count on ca. 1,350 suppliers from whom in 2021 we ordered goods and services for over 930 million euros, with an employment impact generated by ca. 17,000 employees between suppliers and related industries," states Giacinto Carullo, Chief Procurement & Supply Chain Officer at Leonardo, “and with an incidence of SMEs at 80%.”
Leonardo launches its new sustainability training project for more than 500 SMEs selected from among the company’s suppliers. This initiative is part of Leonardo's commitment to promoting the sustainability of the supply chain by engaging more than 80% of its key suppliers in SDG awareness-raising and training activities by 2023
Leonardo develops multi-domain capabilities in the Aerospace, Defence and Security sector.
The company plays a prominent role in major international strategic programmes and is a trusted technological partner of governments, defence agencies, institutions and enterprises. Innovation, continuous research, digital manufacturing and sustainability are the cornerstones of Leonardo’s business worldwide.
Design and development of space systems, management of launch services, orbit and ground segment satellite control; Earth observation services, integrated communications, satellite navigation and localisation, scientific programmes.
Design, development and production of dual-satellite systems for telecommunications, environmental and terrestrial climate monitoring, defence and security, scientific exploration and research, and space infrastructure.
Leonardo’s Service Provider, it operates as Procurement Competence Center, Global Real Estate Provider, Business and People Care Services Manager, and Environmental Risk Manager, supporting business in Italy and abroad.
Commercial Co-ordination (100%)
Supervision of shareholdings in companies present in international markets (excluding UK, Poland and the USA) and commercially relevant, with the aim of harmonising operating standards with those of the parent company and providing support in terms of planning and management control.
Industrial logistics services, optimised transport management and service provider of standard materials, integrated by specialised engineering and Advanced Logistics 4.0 solutions, with digitisation and technological innovation for integrated and sustainable logistics.
The Be Tomorrow - Leonardo 2030 strategic plan sets out Leonardo's future ambitions, aimed at consolidating the company’s position as a leader in the international AD&S sector and maintaining its central role in important strategic cooperation initiatives, as well as driving future technological cycles.
Leonardo's growth plan for the next ten years involves strengthening its core activities, evolving products and services, and nurturing its technological innovation processes.