Bedeschi has established a strategic long-term sustainability plan, which, in 2022, led to the first sustainability report for which the company is committed to measure its performance regularly.

Through this report, the company wants to illustrate how sustainability is a key element of its business model, having decided to structure it and make it a priority at every level of governance.

Sustainable development goals

8. Decent Work and Economic Growth
9. Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Consumption and Production


Bedeschi has developed a Code of Ethics that summarizes the principles of conduct that directors, managers, employees and collaborators in any capacity, must respect in carrying out business activities, in performing work tasks, and, in general, in internal and external relations with the Company itself.

Structured by type of stakeholder, the new Code of Ethics sets out general ethical principles (respect for human rights and laws, transparency, protection of industrial property and independence of information) and specific ones for each stakeholder, from our customers to suppliers, from human resources to investors, from communities to environmental institutions.

The Code of Ethics promotes a high level of professionalism and condemns behaviors that not only violate current legal provisions but also conflict with the values that the Company has established for itself.

You can download our Code of Ethics here:



The governing body of Bedeschi is a six-member board of directors appointed by the shareholders' meeting. It is vested with the broadest powers for ordinary and extraordinary management in order to achieve the purposes defined by the organisation.

Bedeschi's Board of Directors defines the company's sustainability strategy by means of figures appointed to review the company's sustainability policies, objectives and processes.

The Group also has an Executive Management Committee, composed of senior management, which meets monthly to review the performance, results and appropriate efficiency of company departments, to introduce corrective measures, and to discuss transversal projects in the areas of process efficiency, safety, environmental impacts, innovation and personnel management.




Bedeschi has an internal policy of respecting the privacy of its internal and external stakeholders, so no anomalies related to data loss, cybersecurity or phishing phenomena were detected during 2021.

Over the past few years, the company has promoted several activities in the area of privacy and data protection, including development of data protection and risk reduction models and continuous updating on relevant new legislation or measures.

The company has also appointed an the Internal Data Protection Officer.


Certifications guarantee quality. The high standards achieved by the company are also attested by the recognition from the certification body RINA, which underlines the company's compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001.

The primary purpose of the standard is the pursuit of customer satisfaction with the products and services provided, as well as the continuous improvement of the company's performance, enabling customers to be assured that the quality of their goods and services will be maintained and improved over time.

In 2023, Bedeschi obtained the certification on Health and Safety Management System according to ISO 45001.



The topic of innovation follows two distinct paths: Research & Development and technological innovation.

Today more than yesterday, innovation is essential to maintain competitiveness in the market. Bedeschi has started a project of digital transformation called BeSmart.

BeSmart project aims to build an integrated approach between the different business departments: from the sales process, where the aim is to strengthen budgeting and costing by offering solutions that are increasingly in line with customer requirements, to design using a shared platform with databases that can be extended to customers and suppliers.

In addition, for the purchasing department, an e-procurement system has been implemented for supplier on-boarding and order documentation control, for both the purchasing and the administration departments with an increasingly high level of digitization of processes, from electronic invoicing to financial planning.

The analysis of the processes and new technologies that accompanied this path has revealed new potential future developments that lead us today to consider innovating the entire ERP by 2023, taking the company to an even higher stage of technological integration.