MILAN ( – The total value exchanged during the week is 34.0 million euros; 37 positive shares with an average of + 2.96%. The FTSE AIM Italia scored -0.35%. The FTSE Italia PIR PMI All posted a performance of -1.06%. The 5 best performances of the week: Notorious Pictures: 14.07% (CMG Euro 364.534) Innovatec: 11.59% (CMG Euro 25.083) Esautomotion: 8.12% (CMG Euro 36.539) Frendy Energy: 5.22% (CMG Euro 1,644) MailUp: 5.11% (CMG Euro 61.562) At sector level * the best performance of the week was registered by the Chemical sector (+ 1.0% on average), followed by the Renewable Energy and Energy sector (+0 , 9%) and the Media sector (+ 0.1%). Chemical Sector Performance: 1.0% (CMG Euro 3.493.458) Renewable Energy and Energy: 0.9% (CMG Euro 21.435) Media: 0.1% (CMG Euro 40.491) Technology: 0.1% (CMG Euro 44.539 ) Healthcare: -0.1% (CMG Euro 29.554) Finance: -0.7% (CMG Euro 45.150) Fashion and Luxury: -0.7% (CMG Euro 22.132) Food: -2.1% (CMG Euro 55.123 ) Telecommunications: -2.2% (CMG Euro 28.454) Industry: -2.7% (CMG Euro 35.087) Services: -5.5% (CMG Euro 26.239) * Sector classification by the IR Top Research Department (www. The main News of the week Costamp: BoD approve incorporation into Costamp Group of Costamp Tools COSTAMP GROUP is a leader in the design, engineering and production of molds for automotive components. The Costamp Group Board of Directors have approved the merger by incorporation into Costamp Group S.p.A. of Costamp Tools S.r.l., a fully owned subsidiary. The transaction will allow the integration of the company’s respective activities with their related technical, production and commercial structures, with the consequent result of a single and more logical corporate structure with a view to also pursuing a reduction of administrative and general costs, with respect to the costs incurred previously by the companies that were involved. From the merger there will derive: a simplification of the corporate structure and governance; a simplification of the organisational structure and a rationalisation of the company structure; a consolidation of financial resources and a reduction in operating costs. Elettra Investimenti takes control of Novagreen Elettra Investimenti, an industrial holding company operating in Italy in the electricity and heat production sector using the Distributed Generation approach (mainly cogeneration and trigeneration plants) and in energy efficiency. Alea Energia, a subsidiary of Elettra Investimenti, has taken over control of Novagreen, a company specialising in the construction and operation of micro-cogeneration plants, a vertical brand leader in the ‘structural energy saving for sports centres’ segment, equipped with a scalable and recurring business model. Alea Energia completed the transaction with the acquisition of 36.36% of the share capital of Novagreen from the founders Solerea and Leve and the contextual reserved capital increase, for an investment of € 620,000. At the end of the transaction, the subsidiary of Elettra Investimenti owns 65% of Novagreen, while Solerea and Leve each hold a share of 17.50%. Clabo: 46% of Clabo Holding USA to Simest Clabo, heir to an industrial tradition founded in 1958 and an international leader in the furniture sector for catering, specialises in the production and marketing of professional display cases for ice cream parlors, confectioners, bars, and cafes, as well as, thanks to the acquisition of HMC, for convenience and variety stores. Agreement between Clabo and SIMEST for the acquisition of 46% of Clabo Holding USA, through a capital increase already approved by the American sub-holding for 2 million dollars, which will be fully subscribed in the next few days. The agreement provides for Clabo’s commitment to repurchase the participation of ownership of SIMEST, in 2026, for a value equivalent to the initial subscription price by the latter. The agreement supports the Clabo Group’s North American expansion plan, in compliance with the strategic guidelines expressed in the 2018-2022 Business Plan. Bomi Italia: a cutting-edge logistics hub is born with One Roof 4.0 Bomi Italia is the holding company of the Bomi Group, a leader in the biomedical logistics sector and in the management of high-tech products for the protection of health. Bomi Italia has launched the project One Roof 4.0. The company has announced that the foreseen condition precedents in the preliminary contract for the sale 33,700 square metres of a building area in the municipality of Spino d’Adda, in the province of Cremona, has been completed. ONE ROOF 4.0 provides for the creation of a new temperature-controlled headquarters: a state-of-the-art logistics facility for the collection and storage of healthcare products and, at the same time, a transportation hub for distribution throughout the national and international territory. The project is in line with the company’s objectives, which aim to achieve business sustainability at an economic, social and environmental level. ONE ROOF 4.0, in fact, foresees the investment in automation and robotics; the creation of cutting-edge and tailor-made solutions for the healthcare sector and for controlling the Cold Chain; investing in energy efficient solutions, using renewable energy sources and increasing the efficiency of the plants; total integration with the main transport hub and overall performance increases; optimisation of structure costs. The warehouse, operational by 2019, is designed to guarantee maximum energy independence and minimisation of consumption. The construction of a ‘company park’ has also been planned. The development of the Spino d’Adda hub envisages an investment of approximately € 14.5 million, financed through a real estate lease, building a 12.05 million euro loan with UniCredit Leasing for 12 years. Prismi: debut Aimntoo, suite for retail world PRISMI is a leading company in the digital marketing sector, active since 2007, which currently operates, through Group companies, in Italy and Switzerland, has 7 offices, has more than 300 employees, including the trade, and is a leader in digital transformation. Prismi launches AIMINTOO, a suite dedicated to the retail world that helps retail stores collect their customers’ contacts and turn them into sales, thanks to the possibility of stimulating them through promotions, loyalty programs and coupons sent via apps, mail, social and sms. The platform also allows the customer to purchase direct offers via Paypal. The recent data of the ‘Osservatorio eCommerce B2c’ of the Politecnico di Milano, promoted by the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano and by Netcomm, confirms that the trend in the eCommerce sector is growing and that retail is particularly active in this regard, as testified by the growth in online sales of the food segment (+ 34%) and home living (+ 53%). THE AIM COMPANIES: 4AIM SICAF: 0,00% Abitare In: 0,97% Agatos: -4,00% Alfio Bardolla Training Group: -12,59% Alkemy: -0,19% Alp.I: -2,28% Ambromobiliare: -4,29% Archimede: -3,54% Askoll EVA: 0,31% Assiteca: -1,73% axélero: sosp. BioDue: 2,41% Bio-on: 0,98% Blue Financial Communication: -4,72% Bomi Italia: -2,33% Caleido Group: 0,00% Capital For Progress 2: -3,09% Casta Diva Group: -0,87% CdR Advance Capital: -1,88% Cellularline: 3,23% CFT: -10,19% Clabo: -10,48% Costamp Group: -6,78% Cover 50: 1,05% Culti Milano: -2,51% DBA Group: -7,56% DHH: 0,00% Digital Magics: -2,80% Digital360: 1,22% DigiTouch: 0,40% Ecosuntek: -5,88% Elettra Investimenti: 4,30% Energica Motor Company: 0,60% Energy Lab: sosp. Enertronica: 0,00% EPS Equita PEP 2: -1,06% Equita Group: 5,04% Esautomotion: 8,12% Expert System: 2,71% Fervi: -1,57% Fine Foods NTM: 1,03% Finlogic: -3,26% Fintel Energia Group: 0,00% First Capital: 1,98% FOPE: 1,60% Frendy Energy: 5,22% Gabelli Value For Italy: -1,03% Gambero Rosso: 1,82% Gel: 0,00% Giorgio Fedon & Figli: -3,45% GO Internet: -1,81% GPI: -4,06% Grifal: -2,57% Gruppo Green Power: -5,91% Health Italia: 2,75% H-FARM: -3,80% Icf Group: 4,42% IdeaMI: -0,21% Illa: -7,42% Imvest: -2,87% Industrial Stars of Italy 3: 0,00% Iniziative Bresciane: 4,21% Innovatec: 11,59% Intred: -2,64% Italia Independent Group: -4,98% Italian Wine Brands: -1,54% Ki Group: -1,43% Kolinpharma: -0,02% Leone Film Group: 4,68% Life Care Capital: -0,54% Longino & Cardenal: -3,60% Lucisano Media Group: -10,74% MailUp: 5,11% Masi Agricola: -1,78% Mondo TV France: 2,56% Mondo TV Suisse: -0,29% Monnalisa: 2,25% Neodecortech: -1,22% Net Insurance: 0,00% Neurosoft: -8,07% Notorious Pictures: 14,07% Orsero: -2,38% Pharmanutra: 0,64% PLT Energia: 1,10% Poligrafici Printing: 3,73% Portale Sardegna: 0,00% Portobello: -11,42% Prismi: -0,88% Renergetica: 0,00% Rosetti Marino: 0,00% S.M.R.E.: -0,68% Safe Bag: -4,65% Sciuker Frames: -6,38% SCM SIM: 3,68% SG Company: 1,05% SIT: -2,73% SITI B&T Group: -10,67% Softec: -1,79% Somec: 0,00% -4,81% Spactiv: -0,63% Spaxs: 0,93% Sprintitaly: -0,41% Telesia: 0,60% TheSpac: -1,05% TPS: -1,50% Vei 1: 0,21% Vetrya: 2,56% Vimi Fasteners: -0,19% Visibilia Editore: -1,01% WIIT: -3,66% WM Capital: -12,56% Zephyro: 0,49%