The pandemic that broke out almost one year ago strongly affected the results of the Italian industry of the sector, which registered double-digit decreases for all main economic indicators in 2020. However, the trend of the year 2021 should be completely different and, even if the ground lost over the last twelve months cannot be fully recovered, the forecasts are really positive.
BI-MUonline, digital version of the event that has just ended, on bimu.it, from the beginning of November. At a fieramilano Rho, Saturday, 17 October was the last day of 32.BI-MU, the first exhibition dedicated to the sector of machine tools, robot, automation, digital and additive manufacturing, and auxiliary technologies, organised during the health emergency. Over 9,000 visits were registered over the four exhibition days. This is a satisfa
Sesto San Giovanni, 1st October 2020. Barbara Colombo is the new president of UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems manufacturers' association, for the two-year period 2020-2021. The election took place today during the Members’ Meeting of UCIMU, held in presence, at the edge of the city of Milan.
Cinisello Balsamo 17 December 2019. The year 2019 marked the end of the positive trend, started in 2014 by the Italian machine tool, robot and automation industry. Nevertheless, the registered decrease is very moderate and shows how the values of the main economic indicators are returning to normal levels, after the exploit supported by the measures of Industry/Enterprise 4.0.
Undisputed leader in the scenario of the exhibitions regarding the sector, EMO represents the articulated world of metalworking in the best way, combining vision and innovation, as proven by the data of the previous Italian edition (EMO MILANO 2015), hosting 1,600 exhibiting companies, on an exhibit area of 120,000 sq. m. and registering over 155,000 visits of operators coming from 120 countries.
IMTS SPARK replaces the in-person event IMTS 2020 the 33rd edition of the premier manufacturing technology show in North America. Over 2,000 exhibiting companies were expected to occupy 1,3 million net square feet of exhibit space at the McCormick Place complex in Chicago, Illinois. IMTS is held every even-numbered year in Chicago and traditionally attracts more than 114,000 buyers and sellers from over 112 countries.
Third in the international exporters ranking, and fourth in the manufacturers ranking, Italy can boasts BI-MU as one of the historical and most qualified international events dedicated to machine tools, robot, production system and auxiliary technologies industry. And this year the show is celebrating its sixtieth anniversary.
CHICAGO, September 10, 2018 - In order to highlight the substantial Italian participation at two major shows opening today in Chicago and to enhance the overall awareness of Italy as a top solution provider to the North American marketplace for advanced manufacturing machinery and technology solutions, the Italian Trade Agency, in partnership with three of Italy’s leading manufacturers associations, is conducting an advertising and promotion campai