Emo Milano 2021 edition will be held under the best auspices, scheduled for fieramilano Rho from Monday 4th to Saturday 9th October. The world exhibition of the manufacturing industry of machine tools, robots, automation, digital and additive technologies is promoted by Cecimo, which brings together the machine tool industries at a European level, and organized by Efim, the operating company of the UCIMU-Sistemi Per Produrre group.
The event returns to Milan after six years, presenting itself, in fact, as the first international event for the sector after almost 2 years of stop.
Among the key events for international operators in the manufacturing industry, the event has 700 exhibitors, 60% of which are foreign and from 34 countries.
In the 6 pavilions of a fieramilano Rho there are 3,500 machines, for a value of over half a billion euros.
With 100,000 square meters of total exhibition area, Emo Milano 2021 edition is preparing to welcome visitors from over 50 countries, as emerges from the accreditation data recorded to date, which demonstrate the positive economic moment during which this fair takes place.
The growth of Italian production
Confirming this are the 2021 forecasts relating to the Italian machine tool, robot and automation manufacturing industry prepared by the Ucimu-Sistemi Per Produrre Business Studies & Culture Center, which revised upwards the estimates presented before the summer break.
In particular, the Italian production of machine tools, robots and automation will grow by 22%, equal to 6.3 billion euros. The result is the result of both the excellent performance of deliveries by Italian manufacturers and exports which will reach a value of 3.4 billion, +19 compared to the 2020 figure.
According to Ucimu’s elaboration on Istat data, in the first six months of 2021 (latest data available), the main destination countries of the Italian machine tool offer are Germany (+ 64.4%), United States (+8.7 %), China (-16.5%), Poland (+ 77.8%) and France (+ 1.6%).
Italian demand is decidedly lively as shown by the consumption figure which should amount to 4.6 billion euros, 28% more than in 2020. This result will drive both the deliveries of manufacturers in Italy – which will, in fact, mark , an increase of 25% to € 2.9 billion – both for imports and
“In light of these findings – declared Barbara Colombo, UCIMU president – we can say that the economic moment for our country as well as for the sector is decidedly favorable also thanks to the availability of government incentives provided for those who buy new production technology, 4.0 and traditional. This obviously benefits the over 700 exhibitors, 300 of them Italian, of Emo Milano 2021 edition which always works as an investment booster ”.