From 3 to 6 May at Fiera Milano the instrumental mechanics sector will meet at The Innovation Alliance. Four events – Ipack-Ima https://www.ipackima.com/it, Print4All https://www.print4all.it/, GreenPlast https://www.greenplast.org/ and Intralogistica Italia https: // hfitaly. com / event / intralogistica-italia / -, over 1600 companies in 11 pavilions, to talk about digitization and industry 4.0, but above all to trace the path towards a new awareness of sustainability.
The format, inaugurated in 2018, will allow the professional visitor to have at hand, in a single appointment, a photograph of the changes that are transforming the sector. Changes that require a high level of innovation, new skills and investments in research and development.
The technologies for the manufacturing industry will be on display during The Innovation Alliance, with proposals ranging from green solutions developed from the rubber and plastic world, to food process technologies, from packaging for the food and non-food sectors to graphic customization, up to storage and handling of the finished product.
How the market will change
To unite all the common thread of the themes that are revolutionizing the market and production models in a transversal way.
In fact, we will talk about industry 4.0, smart manufacturing, sustainability and circular economy, servitization, digitalization and artificial intelligence. Fundamental tools for a conscious development of the sector that guide not only the innovation of systems and processes, but also the need for specific training.
Fundamental value for enhancing and strengthening the skills of human capital within the new scenario.
Carlo Bonomi, President of Fiera Milano: “The Innovation Alliance https://www.theinnovationalliance.it/ is a synergistic project that aims to present the best of instrumental mechanics and the most innovative solutions dedicated to the various sectors represented by the event , in a broader logic of the supply chain. It is a unique format, at a European level, which welcomes and enhances the design and production capacity of a strategic Made in Italy supply chain that is worth a total of 25.6 billion euros, employs over 107,000 employees and has an average export rate equal to to 60% of the total production. In this context of great change, in fact, investing in innovation and creating a system between complementary sectors is crucial to making our SMEs even more competitive on an international level “.