Scheduled for Feb. 1 to 3 at the Pordenone Fairgrounds, SamuExpo 2024, a biennial international industry exhibition, is preparing to open its doors. Among the main B2B fairs held in Pordenone, it is one of the most important specialized events within the relevant sectors: engineering, plastics and subcontracting.
Various industry players from both domestic and international industries take part in the event, divided into the four technical halls SamuMetal, SamuPlast, SubTech and Factory 4.0.
Twelve halls are involved and 35,000 square meters are occupied, about 500 companies are present with more than 700 brands represented at SamuExpo 2024.
There are 15,000 visitors expected to arrive from Italy, but more and more from abroad as well. In fact, thanks to the always active cooperation between Pordenone Fiere and ITA ICE, some delegations of operators from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia, and Poland are arriving.
Focus on Serbia and the Balkan region
On February 2, as part of the International event, ‘Trans-Adriatic Business Forum Italy -Serbia’ meeting will be held at the Zuliani Hall of the Congress Center of Pordenone Fiere. It will be an opportunity for dialogue and discussion on the infrastructural and logistic relationship between the two countries in question, as well as a further partnership opportunity for future investments and collaborations.
Introduced by Hon. Emanuele Loperfido, SamuExpo 2024 will be structured in three panels, during which the issues of development, strategic investments and the vision of a Europe opening to the Balkans will be addressed. In particular towards Serbia, an important hub of Southeast Europe, eager to establish an open, constructive and all-inclusive dialogue for a larger, united and inclusive Union.
Focus on logistical and infrastructural cooperation and intensification of relations between Italy and Serbia, a discriminating factor in promoting stability and economic development in the Balkans. Important for creating a commercial fabric capable of boosting economic growth in both countries and ‘bridge regions,’ e.g., Friuli Venezia Giulia.
SamuExpo 2024 https://www.samuexpo.com/ wants to promote and highlight the role of this renewed partnership between Rome and Belgrade in a changing economic environment. And this is not only for new investment opportunities, but also as an entry point for the economic progress of Southeast Europe and greater European integration of the latter.
Open, mutually active, friendly and effective communication may be the key to addressing the challenges posed by the future global scenario and promoting strategic initiatives stabilizing the Balkan region and promoting peace and security.