In the April-June 2017, orders for Italian woodworking technologies recorded 31.9% growth rates, compared to the same period of 2016 (previous quarter growth was 22.2%), reported Italian woodworking machinery and tools manufacturers’ association Acimall.
2016 closed with a positive sign: this is the final result of a 12-month period characterized by a clearly positive trend of technology, equipment and tools for wood and wood-based materials. As we wait for final figures, the Studies Office of Acimall – the Confindustria member association that represents the companies of this excellent “made in Italy” sector – estimates that production in 2016 amounted to 2,078 million
The woodworking technology and wood-based materials industry keeps showing encouraging trends: preliminary figures for the current year speak for themselves, showing a fully positive sign for all major indexes. The analysis carried out by the Studies office of the Confindustria-member association ACIMALL, gathering the industry's leading companies provides a brighter picture than many were expecting.
ACIMALL Press Office, Assago, November 19, 2015: “We really feel that the next Xylexpo will be an essential stage in the success story of our exhibition:we are doing all we can to create a big event, an excellent review of innovative technology featuring all the leading actors of this industry.And I am proud to say that all Italian companies will be there!”. This is the comment by Lo
Continuing to expand its North American presence, Italy's Biesse recently announced it had signed a lease for its new West Coast Showroom, strategically located in Anaheim California. This new facility will be devoted to a state of the art showroom fully equipped with Biesse machinery powered up for demonstrations and also the West Coast location for in-house events like Biesse’s popular One2One educational series.
For the italian woodworking machinery manufacturers, 2011 was characterized as reflecting a significant recovery. According to the preliminary figures processed by the Italian woodworking machinery manufacturers' association, ACIMALL, production amounted to 1,699 million euros - a stark increase of 10.2 % compared to the previous year. Italian exports in 2011 amounted to 1,278 million euros, i.e. 75 percent of the sector's total production.