Lamiera 2023, a biennial international event dedicated to sheet metal processing and deformation machines and related technologies, scheduled from 10 to 13 May at fieramilano Rho, was previewed to the international press.
After the edition that was held in 2022, due to a one-year shift due to the health emergency, the 22nd edition returns in odd years, its traditional positioning in the calendar of international sector events.
The fair is promoted by Ucimu-Sistemi Per Produrre, which brings together the Italian manufacturers of machine tools, robots and automation, and organized by Ceu-Centro Esposizioni Ucimu.
Italy among the excellence of the sector
Lamiera 2023 is back with numerous innovations designed to consolidate its role as a reference event for a sector that sees Italy as one of the best.
In 2021, Italy was second in the world ranking of sector production, registering a + 18% compared to 2020, an increase that brought the value to 2.8 billion euros. China precedes it (7.7 billion) and Germany follows it (2.3 billion).
Our country is third in the export ranking with 1.3 billion euros (+ 14.4%) after Germany and China (1.4 billion).
Finally, Italy is the second most important consumer market for sheet metal processing and deformation technologies with a value of 1.7 billion (+ 22.7%) after China (7.3 billion). To support investments in new machines are also the 4.0 government measures active, at the moment, until 2025.
The calendar of meetings
Alongside the exhibition, Lamiera 2023 https://www.lamiera.net/it/homepage/ will offer, as is now tradition, an articulated and extensive program of cultural and thematic in-depth meetings organized by the organizers and exhibitors. The meetings will be hosted inside Lamialamiera, a real arena set up inside one of the exhibition halls to facilitate the free participation of the operators present.
The event will take place in partial concomitance – from 9 to 11 May – with Made in Steel https://www.madeinsteel.it/, dedicated to the steel production chain. An almost contemporaneity that will thus favor operators and journalists who, with a single trip, will be able to visit two distinct but complementary events.