It has been in the air for a few weeks, and now it is official. The ninth edition of Made in Steel has been postponed following the numerous requests from exhibitors and trade operators and given the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The new dates are 26, 27, and 28 May 2021, at fieramilano Rho, Halls 22 and 24.
2020 has been a “suspended” year, with strong economic, political and social uncertainty affecting all sectors worldwide. Because of this scenario, also the leading international events in the steel industry have had to be cancelled or postponed. That’s why Made in Steel 2021 will be more important than ever, a unique opportunity for Italian and European steel operators to meet again and resume the relationships that had been disrupted.
“Let’s not waste the opportunities of this great global crisis that can bring the entire steel industry to a new beginning. People are social animals. They need contacts. They need to see each other and spend time together. Made in Steel is important for the operators of the steel supply chain, to meet, exchange ideas, and review business models. It is the beginning of the steel rebirth” – Emanuele Morandi, President and CEO of Made in Steel.
Made in Steel 2021 will be held in conjunction with Lamiera, the international exhibition of sheet metal forming, cutting, and working machines, automation, and related technologies, promoted by UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE.