A couple of Italy's DAVI automated rolling lines for wind towers fabrication have been recently installed in Brazil, in a joint-venture company between Alstom and one of the local giants in infrastructure. Again DAVI has been confirmed as a main player in this specific sector in Brazil, as elsewhere in the world.
A service call in Korea, found an Italian plate roller still in use by its Korean customer and still performing as it did its first day of service 25 years ago, without ever having had any single major failures, for sure it was built in the proper way - an Italian way!
During a morning press conference, the extent of the success of Italian machine tool and metal forming companies during the past couple of years was laid out for us by Luigi Galdabini, VP of UCIMU – Sistemi per produrre, the trade association of Italian manufacturers of machine tools, robots, automation and auxiliary technologies.
Orazio Davi, president of the Italian company DAVI explains to Metalworking Production and Purchasing Magazine editor, Rob Colman, how new technologies are helping his company train and support clients. Video shot at the Lamiera trade show in Bologna, Italy.
Despite the economic difficulties caused by the global recession, the world industry, is experiencing a growing demand for energy. In particular, one for structurally well built components with increasingly thicker and more resistant steel plates. A call which is being successfully answered by Italy's DAVI.
On the heels of the highly successful "Italian Night @ FABTECH 2011" event, Machines Italia along with the Italian Consulate in Chicago representatives spent time with some of the Italian companies exhibiting at FABTECH 2011 who were featured in The Italian Edge series.
These companies were PRIMA POWER, DAVI and SALVAGNINI along with BLM Group (previous partner on the Italian Technology Award program).
"Pathway to Manufacturing Prosperity: Strategies for Post Recession Manufacturing" was held on May 20, 2010 in Chicago. This event was produced by the Penton Media Manufacturing & Supply Chain Group on behalf of the Italian Trade Commission and FEDERMACCHINE.
This one-day conference explored how today's global manufacturing realities are altering the business landscape for your company and how the savviest of companies are responding. Below are video excerpts of the conference