15 Mar 2021

Made in Steel 2021 will be held in October

Due to the ongoing health emergency and in response to the solicitudes and requests received from numerous exhibitors, we announce that Made in Steel 2021 will be postponed to 5, 6, 7 October, still at fieramilano, Rho (Milano, Italy), Halls 9 and 11.

“We have listened to the concerns and requests of the professionals in the steel value chain, of which we do feel a part, and we have decided to postpone the 2021 edition of Made in Steel from May to early October.

We know that a different landscape awaits us at the end of the long, dark tunnel, the “New Steel Normal”, which Made in Steel is preparing for, and which we will once again communicate in our usual passionate way,” declared Emanuele Morandi, president and CEO of Made in Steel.

This decision has received the full support of the Italian and European steel players who will participate in the three-day event, or who have expressed the intention to do so. It is anticipated that in the third quarter of the year the Covid-19 pandemic will be under control, thanks to the vaccination campaign and the measures adopted to curb contagion.

We will soon be able to give you all the details, both on the exhibitor and visitor sides. We are sure you will understand why we have made this decision. If you have any doubts or queries, please contact our sales department:

T. +39 030 2548 520 | email: commerciale@madeinsteel.it


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