For journalists and press operators planning to visit PLAST 2018–International Exhibition for Plastics and Rubber Industries (May 29-June 1, 2018 at the FieraMilano fairgrounds in Rho) – an online pre-registration service is available up to Friday April 27, 2018. Journalists preregistering will receive a pass that allows them to enter the show – as well the concurrent events which join The Innovation Alliance (http://www.theinnovationalliance
+109%: this is the increase in Italian exports of machinery, equipment and moulds for plastics and rubber processing to Russia in the first nine months of 2017 with respect to the same period one year earlier, based on analyses of ISTAT foreign trade data by the Statistical Studies Center of Amaplast – trade association within CONFINDUSTRIA including over 170 manufacturers.
As of the first deadline for applications, more than 600 companies have confirmed their participation in PLAST 2018 – international exhibition for the plastics and rubber industries, which will take place in Milan from 29 May to 1 June 2018 – reserving an area about two thirds as big as that occupied in the 2015 fair. This is a noteworthy result, particularly in light of the fact that many Italian and foreign exhibitors have reaffirmed their intention to display plants and systems in
Assocomaplast (the national trade association, member of CONFINDUSTRIA, including over 160 manufacturers of plastics and rubber processing machinery, equipment and moulds) has developed ISTAT foreign trade data for the sector in the first half of 2016 and compared them with those for the same period in 2015.
Italian auxiliary equipment manufacturer Moretto SpA has opened its first U.S. operation, in Columbus, Ohio, to handle sales, service and spare parts. Mr. Paolo Gasparotto, business development manager, said the 15,000-square-foot facility opened in October to cover the United States and Canada. Initially, Moretto is employing four people in Columbus, but Gasparotto said the company will add staff as business expands.
The technology training centers were created with the principal objective of positioning Italy within those countries in economic ascension. They not only illustrate Italy as a dependable provider of machinery, but as well as a qualified intermediator in training and project development on specification.
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