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VITRUM | Glassworking machinery | GIMAV | October | B2B | Event | association | italian | Production | machines
Opening today, Tuesday October 5, the 22nd edition of VITRUM, the biennial B2B event organized by GIMAV (the Association of Italian manufacturers and suppliers of machinery, equipment and special products for glass processing) that for 40 years has been the only industry-specific trade show. It runs through October 8 at Fiera Milano Rho (Pav. 22-24) and is the first opportunity for international…
INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE IN 2020Production fell 16.6% due to a drop in exports (-14.9%) and in domestic sales (-20.7%). This is how the pandemic negatively affected the performance of Italy’s Industry of Manufacturers of Glass Processing Machinery and Technologies that closed 2020 with overall sales of 2,027 million Euro. Imports also fell (-11.1%), causing the domestic market to shrink (-17.2%).…
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At its July 17 meeting, the Board of Directors finalized the team that will lead the Association for the 2020 - 2022 biennium, confirming both Nicola Lattuada, Partner, and Sales Manager of ADELIO LATTUADA Srl, and Nancy Mammaro, owner of MAPPI INTERNATIONAL Srl, as GIMAV Vice Presidents. Named Treasurer at the same meeting was Cinzia Schiatti, Sales Manager of OFFICINA MECCANICA SCHIATTI ANGELO…
The Association’s newly-elected team of leaders for the next biennium; presentation of the new visual identity for GIMAV and VITRUM. Discussions with association members clearly indicate how crucial the international trade show hosted by Fiera Milano is and the desire to “make it a great edition” in 2021. NEW TEAM Elected at the June 23rd General Assembly of GIMAV, the Italian Association of…
Glass processing technologies enjoyed a positive 2019; especially brilliant for hollow glass. Expectations ran high for 2020 and then, the COVID-19 pandemic re-wrote the script. For now, reliable forecasting is impossible. INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE IN 2019 Positive results in 2019 (+2.7%) were driven by a rise in exports (+3.7%) allowing Italy’s glass processing technologies industry to continue the…
The announcement naming the new director was made Monday, February 3rd: “Cattaneo’s lengthy, deeply rooted experience with associations and Confindustria convinced us that he was the right person for GIMAV,” stated GIMAV President, Michele Gusti.   Taking office immediately, he replaces Laura Biason, who left the association at the end of 2019. Cattaneo will assist the Board and President Gusti…
At its June 27, 2019 meeting, Gimav – the Association that represents Italian manufacturers of glass processing machinery, systems, special products and accessories – reported 2018 FY data analyzed by its Study Center, which showed an overall 3.75% increase in sales compared to the previous fiscal year.   Breaking out the data for the two macro-specializations, there was a 2.08% increase in flat…
Nicola Lattuada and Nancy Mammaro will assist GIMAV's President Michele Gusti during the 2018-2020 term. At the September 5th meeting of the Governing Board, the remaining chairs on the GIMAV Presidential team for the 2018 - 2020 biennium were filled with the election of the two Vice Presidents. Newly-elected Nicola Lattuada (Adelio Lattuada srl) and Nancy Mammaro (Mappi International srl) will…
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Vitrum’s year zero is just around the corner. Taking place October 3rd to 6th, at Fiera Milano Rho (Pavilions 5 and 7), the 20th edition of the Italian International trade show dedicated to machinery, accessories and special products for processing and hollow glass. One feature of the show is the return of Italian Hollow Glass. The 2017 edition of Vitrum promises a major comeback. Italy’s Hollow…