Last Day in Italy for Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel
Today, Wednesday October 20, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel spent their third and last day in Italy by visiting Turin.
Accompanied by Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs Anna Hallberg and the Swedish delegations, the Royal Couple paid a visit to the Stellantis headquarter in Mirafiori, a Turin’s neighborhood.
Stellantis a multinational automotive manufacturing corporation that aims “to provide freedom of movement for all through distinctive, appealing, affordable and sustainable mobility solutions”.
The Princess and the Prince, along with the delegations, were welcomed by the president of Stellantis, John Elkann, the head of institutional relations, Daniele Chiari and the plant manager, Luigi Barbieri.
Then Crown Princess Victoria visited the SKF Industrie industrial hub, one of the largest and most important production sites for components for the world automotive market that has Swedish origins.
In the meantime, at the Castello del Valentino, seat of the Polytechnic of Turin, Prince Daniel attended a round table titled “Smart and decarbonized mobility in Italy and Sweden: collaborating towards Green Deal Goals”.
The last event in Italy for the Royal Couple was a working lunch at the Unione Industriali Torino, a voluntary association of companies that “aims to represent, protect, promote and develop member companies and their interests”.
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