03 Aug 2016

Made in Steel has been awarded the title of international exhibition also in 2017

As for the previous editions, the Lombardy Region has acknowledged yet again the title of the next edition of Made in Steel as an international event.

The news was published in the Official Bulletin of the Lombardy Region on July 19, in which – upon orders by the Director of Trade Fair Systems & Structures and Consumer Protection Roberto Lambicchi – lists all events organized in the region that have earned the same recognition. In particular, Made in Steel is considered to be one of the exhibitions pertaining to the commodity sector 19, i.e. “Industry, Technology, Mechanics”.

Lombardy Region has awarded Made in Steel on the basis of guidelines established by consolidated regional laws concerning trade fairs, which, among other things, contain provisions for exhibitions and methods of analysis of such, as well as the preparation of related calendars.

The qualification recognized by the Lombardy Region reconfirms Made in Steel as an event that is increasingly voted for its internationalization: just think that a total of 22% of the visitors that came to the 2015 edition were from over 68 nations.

In short, hand in hand with the positive feedback of the exhibitors who have already booked their space at the exhibition, with the support of the entire steel industry and with almost 50% of space sold in just two months after opening registrations, the title awarded by Lombardy Region to Made in Steel already seems to herald a record edition.

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