17 Jun 2020

BECOME AN EXHIBITOR OF MADE IN STEEL 2021: SALES ARE NOW OPEN

Made in Steel opens the sale of the exhibition areas: from today, exhibitors have the chance to secure a place at the ninth edition of the Conference & Exhibition, which will be held at fieramilano Rho from 17 to 19 March 2021, in pavilions 5 and 7.
Bookings received by 31 December 2020 will enjoy an 8% discount.

“We are living a particularly tough period: forecasts on GDP show a -10% for 2020, one of the worst figures in the Italian economic history, second only to those of the three-year period 1943-1945. But every dark period is followed by rebirth.” said Emanuele Morandi, president and CEO of Made in Steel.

“We must not rest: steel must look at the future and rethink itself in a more sustainable way. For this reason, Made in Steel presents itself as a new relational platform: a safe one, to safeguard the health of visitors and exhibitors, and no longer focused solely on steel products, but open to the extended supply chain. Indeed, contemporaneity with MADE expo, Lamiera and Transpotec Logitec is strategic: three trade fairs dedicated to steel consumption, processing, transport and logistics. This can be the spark to start again in the first year A.C., i.e., After Covid. The year of Renaissance”.

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