Machines Italia NAFTA will be one of the presenters during the June 11th Conference / Seminar entitled Business in the US: Do Right, Do It Now held onsite during the Italian Packaging Machinery Show: Packology 2013 in Rimini (June 11-14, 2013).
The 2012 edition of Eima will even more strongly promote technology at the service of agriculture. New technical features, tailored to new production requirements, increasingly correspond to renewable energy sources, bioenergy, and the recycling of all components.
Now in its 28th edition, BI-MU, the trade fair for machine tools, robots, automation and ancillary products (NC units, tools, components and accessories), is recognized by manufacturers and users alike as the trade fair to attend in even-numbered years, alternating with EMO (the "official" world trade fair for the industry).
Over the years, Tecnargilla has become the biggest, most important international showcase of technological and stylistic innovation for the ceramics industry, offering a sneak preview of the innovative products of the future.
Italy's Arcadia SpA, a developer of food packaging which it claims can extend the shelf life of a variety of products is planning to open a US manufacturing site to cope with expected demand. Click on the source link to read the full article.
Applied Innovation at Fluidtrans Compomac and Mechanical Power Transmission & Motion Control, held from May 8th to 11th in Milan, Italy, demonstrated prototypes and examples of applications rolled out by the major Italian research centres, universities and companies that have opted to invest in R&D. DPN was on hand to capture some of the innovative work being done. The visit was arranged by Machines Italia, a project of the Italian Trade Commission and their partners, FEDERMACCHINE.
Italy's Losma SpA, US-subsidiary Losma Inc. which has been operational since 1992 in the US, will inaugurate the opening of its new office in Sparta, New Jersey on June 22, 2012. The new location covers over 80,000 sq. ft. (7,500 sq. meters) of which 16,000 sq. ft. (1,500 sq. meters) will not only host offices, along with a warehouse providing parts and accessories, but more notably will have a section dedicated to the assembly of equipment.
General Manager Massimo Carboniero introduces OMERA and discusses with Metalworking Production and Purchasing Magazine editor, Rob Colman, what he perceives as the company's competitive advantage in an increasingly challenging marketplace. Video shot at the Lamiera trade show in Bologna, Italy.