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EMO Milano 2021 Update @ JIMTOF 2020 Japan

The speakers of the meeting, which was web-streamed, were Mr Luigi Galdabini , general commissioner of EMO MILANO 2021 , Mr Kazuo Yuhara , general manager of JMTBA, Japan Machine Tools Builders’ Association, and Mrs Erica Di Giovancarlo, director of the Tokyo Office of ICE-Italian Trade Agency. The conference involved about 60 participants – among machine tool manufacturers, representatives of local organisations and journalists – who followed the conference in live streaming. In addition, other attendees will be able to take part in the broadcast press conference, available in the online

32.Bi-Mu Concluded. It Was On Stage At Fieramilano Rho From 14 To 17 October. Over 9,000 Visits Registered For The First Exhibition Dedicated To The Sector Organised During The Health Emergency.

BI-MUonline, digital version of the event that has just ended, on, 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 satisfactory number, in line with the expectations for an event that took place during the health emergency, but in full respect of all rules to contain the


Appointment in Milan: The World of Innovation Starts Here Milan will host the 2021 edition of EMO, the world's largest machine tool exhibition, entrusted by CECIMO to the operating structures of Italy's UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE. For media and attendees alike, the press conference spotlighted how EMO 2021 is the "2021 event not to miss" for global manufacturers to discover the technological innovations that will determine the future of manufacturing illustrating its ongoing digital transformation worldwide. On the occasion of the September 23rd live press conference (10:00 AM CST) , the

32.BI-MU To Anticipate And Meet The Recovery Of Investments 4.0 At Fieramilano Rho From 14 To 17 October 2020

A little more than two months are left to 32.BI-MU, the Italian event of reference for the world of machine tools, robotics and automation, on the scene from 14 to 17 October 2020 in the exhibition centre of fieramilano Rho. Promoted by UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE , the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems manufacturers' association, and organised by EFIM-ENTE FIERE ITALIANE MACCHINE, despite the particular context conditions, this year’s edition shows a good degree of participation by exhibitors, a wide technological index of products and a positive expectation of attendance.

UCIMU: Machine Tool Orders Fell in Second Quarter of 2020

As expected, there was again a decrease in the index of the orders collected by the Italian machine tool manufacturers in the second quarter of 2020 . In particular, according to the data processed by the Economic Studies Department & Business Culture of UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, in the period April-June, the index registered a 39.1% downturn compared with the same period of 2019 . The outcome was due both to the reduction in the orders collected by Italian manufacturers on the domestic market (-44.7%) and to the fall reported on the foreign market (-37.8%) . This is the actual figure

BI-MU 2020 - Metalworking Technology Trade Show

For over 60 years, BI-MU has been synonymous with excellence in the metalworking industry worldwide. The next edition of BIMU – the biennial trade show dedicated to machine tools, robots, automation, digital manufacturing, auxiliary and enabling technologies trade show – will take place at Fiera Milano Rho, in Milano, Italy, from October 14th to 17th, 2020. Over one thousand exhibitors – 47% from outside Italy, 3,000 metalworking machines on display over 1 million square feet of exhibitions space, 65 thousand visitors, and 1,000 pre-arranged business meetings – contribute to the success of the

Ryerson University + Machines Italia Awareness Survey 2004 - 2018

The Machines Italia Awareness Surveys collect data on trends, stringent issues, motivations, and future plans of capital investments and technology purchasing of machinery from North American Manufacturers. The Surveys were administered by the 3 Machines Italia desks in Chicago, Mexico City and Toronto from 2004 to 2018. 2270 companies were interviewed through different editions of the Survey. Respondents’ titles Included: Owners/CEOs, Directors Vice-Presidents, Upper Management, Engineers. The large majority of the companies interviewed operate in 15 manufacturing sectors, referred as the

Special Fee “Lamiera-EMO Milano 2021 ticket”, among the novelties for the next edition.

From 17 to 20 March 2021, at an earlier date compared with the previous editions , LAMIERA 2021 will be on the scene at Fiera Milano Rho . The event represents one of the most qualified international exhibitions dedicated to machine tools and cutting technologies, sheet metal forming and processing, as well as to automation, robotics and connectivity solutions for the industry that also allow energy and production streamlining of machinery, thus ensuring benefits even in terms of economic, environmental and social sustainability. Promoted by UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE , the Italian machine

Abrupt Downturn In The Orders Of Machine Tools In The First Quarter 2020

Massimo Carboniero, President of UCIMU: “Our factories are safe places and have reduced labor intensity. Therefore, we should have a green light to resume our production activities right away”. “Health and safety come first, but we should get used to living with Coronavirus, while at the same time guaranteeing work, employment, and production”. There has been a strong fall of the index regarding the orders collected by Italian machine tool manufacturers in the first quarter of 2020, in which an 11% decrease was registered in comparison with the same period of the previous year. This is

The General Commissioner for EMO Milano 2021 has been appointed: Luigi Galdabini will lead the organization of the world exhibition dedicated to the metalworking sector

Luigi Galdabini is the General Commissioner for EMO MILANO 2021, the world machine tool exhibition, which will be hosted at the Exhibition Centre of fieramilano Rho from 4 to 9 October 2021. The General Commissioner was appointed during the General Assembly of CECIMO, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries. Luigi Galdabini will have the task of supervising the organisation of EMO MILANO 2021, also participating in the promotion of the event through a roadshow of press conferences, which will reach the main capital cities of the world industry. Less than two years from the trade