Over 5 thousand qualified operators visited OilEnonOil closed on November 26, after three days of demonstration at Veronafiere.
For the first time together, the two exhibitions brought together companies and professionals in the road supply chain, from infrastructures to fuel distribution and mobility services. An interest that met with great satisfaction among the 150 exhibiting companies and the business public present.
“We have achieved the goal of creating new synergies between two similar formats, bringing them together in a single exhibition center that looks to the future of the smart road – commented Giovanni Mantovani, general manager of Veronafiere -. A strategy that was rewarded by visitors who, in number, have already almost recovered to pre-pandemic levels, with as many as 250 buyers arriving from abroad despite the current economic situation. We were able to guarantee a safe b2b event from the health side and effective from a commercial point of view “.
OilEnonOil is the exhibition that since 2012 brings to Veronafiere the world of the distribution and storage network of fuels, over 22 thousand service stations and 25 thousand car washes in Italy, with a look at the future of new energy and alternative mobility. Asphaltica, on the other hand, represents the main national exhibition for technologies and solutions for road paving, safety and infrastructures. To organize Veronafiere and Siteb – Strade Italiane e Bitumi, an association that brings together the Italian companies of the sector in the country. A sector that is worth about 6 billion euros, with 400 asphalt plants in operation and 38 thousand direct employees, which reaches 500 thousand if the related industries are considered.
To integrate and complete the exhibition part of OilEnonOil and Asphaltica the reviews, a large part of conferences. Over 40 conferences and workshops that, over the three days, analyzed the opportunities offered by the NRP and addressed topical issues such as energy transition, road safety, logistics and the great challenge of “green” hydrogen.