17 May 2019

Made in Steel: attendance and exhibitors are again on the rise

All numbers are up significantly for the record edition of Made in Steel, the main Conference & Exhibition in Southern Europe dedicated to the steel industry since 2005.

The event, which ended on Thursday 16 May after three days of business and conferences, was attended by 16,520 visitors, with an increase by 12.3% compared to the 2017 edition, when it reached 14,714 visitors, with 26% foreign attendance.

The progress in the number of visitors is in line with all the other indicators: 12,800 square meters, up 10% compared to the 2017 edition (11,670), on a gross area of about 40,000 square metres; more companies present (312 compared to 270 in 2017) and more foreign exhibitors (23%, 72 versus 46 in 2017).

The eighth edition of Made in Steel, which was entitled “STEEL HUMAN”, featured an exhaustive calendar of conferences for all the protagonists of the supply chain, players and visitors, with more than 40 speakers on the stage of the siderweb Conference Room and the annual meeting of Assofermet. Among the speakers, the protagonists of the Italian and European steel industry (Alessandro Banzato, Federacciai president and CEO  Acciaierie Venete; Fernando Espada, president Eurometal; Antonio Gozzi, president Gruppo Duferco; Matthieu Jehl, CEO ArcelorMittal Italia; Antonio Marcegaglia, president Gruppo Marcegaglia; Alessandro Trivillin, CEO Danieli).


Click here to discover all the Exhibitors of the eighth edition of Made in Steel.

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