Italy — EMO Milano 2021 closed on 9 October. Promoted by Cecimo, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries, and organised by the operational structures of Ucimu, the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems Manufacturers' Association, EMO Milano 2021 registered more than 60,000 participants coming from 91 countries.
Vom 4. bis zum 9. Oktober wird sich in Mailand die Welt der Metallbearbeitung treffen. Es wird nach einem Jahr die erste internationale Branchenmesse in Europa sein, die nicht in der virtuellen sondern ganz klassisch in der analogen Welt stattfindet.
Italy — In 2020, the Italian manufacturing industry of machine tools, robots and automation systems reported a considerable fall of all main economic indicators. Nonetheless, it was able to maintain the positions gained in the international rankings of the sector, where it confirmed its fourth place among manufacturing countries and among exporting countries.
Italy — A new exhibition concept dedicated to manufacturing technology will be launched at Fiera Milano-Rho from 12 to 15 October 2022, resulting from a partnership between the trade fairs Bimu and Xylexpo.
Italy — In a press conference on 26 May 2021, Emo Milano and German machine tool association VDW presented a preview of the upcoming trade fair to be held in Milan in October 2021. Barbara Colombo of Ucimu expressed her optimism that the industry is recovering, not least because of reviving international trade. Indeed, market figures point at a strong recovery looming on the horizon.
La semaine dernière s'est tenue la conférence de presse pour la présentation au marché chinois d'EMO Milano 2021, l'évènement mondial dédié à l'univers de l'usinage des métaux, prévu auprès de fieramilano Rho du 4 au 9 octobre 2021.
Italy — Giancarlo Losma passed away last Friday, 30 April. He was past president of Ucimu, the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems manufacturers' association, which he led from 2008 to 2011.
Italy — During the first quarter of 2021, demand for Italian machine tools grew again. The Ucimu index processed by the Economic Studies Department & Business Culture of the Association showed a 48.6 % upturn in the first three months of the year compared with the same period of 2020. The absolute value of the index was 169 (base 100 in 2015).
Italy — The Italian Machine Tools, Robots and Automation Systems Manufacturers’ Association (Ucimu-Sistemi per Produrre), in cooperation with the Italian Trade Agency ICE, organized a press conference for the Chinese market.