LAMIERA is Italy's most qualified international exhibition for metal-forming technology and equipment and in partiuclar for machine tools for sheet metal working and for manufacturing pipes, sections, wire and metal structures, as well as dies, welding. and heat, surface treatment and finishing.
At the invitation of the Italian Trade Agency and UCIMU – Sistemi per produrre (Italy’s machine tool, robots, automation systems and ancillary products (NC, tools, components, accessories) manufacturers' association), I joined six representatives of Canadian manufacturing companies on a visit to Lamiera in May. Lamiera is Italy’s metal forming tradeshow, which was being held for the first time in Milan (it was previously held in Bologna).
The show included 480 exhibitors, a substantial increase of 25 per cent from last year’s show.
Machines to build the future, cutting-edge solutions that give the possibility of achieving what mankind has imagined, and technologies on which the improvement of the quality of life depends: this and much more will be EMO MILANO 2015. The spotlight will be on the wide offer of machine tools available, capable of attracting users from all the main sectors that use metal working systems.
UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE is the Italian Machine Tools, Robots and Automation Manufacturers’ Association. As an official representative of the industry, UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE acts as a worldwide ambassador for some of the latest technology developed in Italy.There are more than 200 member companies, who produce around 70% of the output for the sector, have won universal recognition for their quality, flexibility, reliability and customization.
The 27 edition of BI-MU/SFORTEC, one of the world's largest trade shows in the metal working machinery and equipment sector, took place from October 5th to 9th 2010 in Milan, Italy.
As usual, the Italian Trade Commission, in collaboration with UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, invited delegations of companies - end users of machinery and equipment - from various countries, worldwide, including Canada, to a trip to Italy, visiting the BI-MU/SFORTEC 2010.