Made in Steel 2023, an international conference & exhibition dedicated to the steel industry, will take place at fieramilano Rho on 9, 10 and 11 May. The announcement was made last week during the webinar “Made in Steel – The supply chain beyond black swans”.
Furthermore, reservations and sales of the exhibition spaces of the 2023 event, which will be sponsored by Bper Banca, have been officially opened.
Since 2005, the date of the first edition, the biennial event has seen constant growth, so much so that it has shifted the focus from the Southern European steel industry to the international one, expanding its area of influence and attractiveness.
The 2021 edition saw the participation of 184 exhibitors, of which 22 foreigners, on an exhibition area of approximately 10 thousand square meters. In all 15 countries represented at the fair. Attendance had reached 13,505, from 68 countries.
Made in Steel 2023 is organized by siderweb – The steel community, the main Italian information, analysis and consultancy body specialized in the steel sector. An event that offers not only business opportunities but also for reflection, relationships and knowledge.
It is, at the same time, an exhibition showcase and a pole of culture which, through conferences, forums and round tables, aims to foster competitive collaboration and the exchange of information, essential elements for the growth of businesses.
Anticipate the future
During the presentation Emanuele Morandi, president of Made in Steel 2023 https://www.madeinsteel.it/, underlined how the world of steel is facing unprecedented complexity. “A change of scenery to be interpreted and managed by trying to anticipate a future where three challenges intersect: new technologies; sustainability, because the linear “production-consumption-waste” model is now obsolete. Finally, the challenge of communication, so that it is truthful and transparent, opening the door to the examination of the final consumer. We will propose our vision again in May 2023, with the humility of listening to the entire supply chain and the usual courage “.
Alessandro Banzato, president of Federacciai: “Last year we experienced an exciting Made in Steel because the sense of rebirth was palpable. We all had the perception that the worst of the pandemic was behind us and we were experiencing an extremely favorable and perhaps, in hindsight, even too euphoric market moment. If I had to say what the feeling we will have next year will be, the answer would be a big question mark ”.