It debuted in Bergamo, from June 13th to 15th, Tornitura Show. This is the first fair entirely dedicated to the metal turning sector.
The pavilions of the Bergamo exhibition will be the center of the world of engineering for three days. A sector that, it should be remembered, has a non-secondary weight on the Italian economy. In fact, it represents 8% of Italian GDP, with 34,000 companies in Lombardy alone. Tornatura Show definitely starts on the right foot, and the numbers are largely positive: 13,000 meters booked, over 140 exhibitors present and 25 sectors represented, from the automotive sector to the aerospace sector. The Bergamo event is aimed at the manufacturing world of mechanics and subcontracting that has to do with lathes, spindles, tools, precision small parts, heavy turning, valves and many other aspects of this production area. In the Turning pavilions, the most important players in the sector will be present, but it will also be an important opportunity to meet professionals, find solutions and products, and develop activities. Without forgetting a fundamental knot of all the fairs: the meeting between customers and suppliers, and the possibility of networking.
Giacomo Barca, sales director of DF Edizioni.
“We chose Bergamo as a trade fair venue to organize Tornitura Show because this territory has always led to innovation, production flexibility and internationalization: all qualities that have made the turning sector an important reality of” made in Italy “. With Tornitura Show, we want to contribute to the future success of the many companies and workshops that work every day to achieve ever-increasing standards of efficiency and quality. This is why the fair will also be an important moment for training, through seminars and workshops held by experts in the world of technological innovation. “
Thursday 13th begins with the seminar “Impresa 4.0. Opportunities and innovations for the mechanical industry and turning ”. The quality of the seminar is such that engineers and experts will be given training credits. For Friday 14th and Saturday 15th, in the workshop area, there will be further training, from 10am to 8pm (Saturdays until 4pm)