22 May 2020

New opportunities for an extended supply chain

The organization of the ninth edition of Made in Steel, the leading Conference & Exhibition in Southern Europe dedicated to the steel industry scheduled to take place from 17 to 19 March 2021 at fieramilano Rho, goes on.

There will be a lot of several new features in the program. First of all, the change of the event’s date moved up to March, decided to encourage the creation of an enlarged supply chain. The event, returning to its original location in the first quarter of the international exhibition calendar, will be held in the same week – and with some overlapping days – with three B2B appointments: MADE expo, the main international shows for architecture and the building & construction sector, from 17th to 20th March; Lamiera, the international exhibition of sheet metal forming, cutting and processing machines, automation and technologies, from 17th to 20th March; Transpotec Logitec, the leading trade fair in the transport and logistics sector, from 18th to 21st March 2021.

The conjunction of events will represent a concrete added value. The passage from one trade fair to another will allow visitors and exhibitors to intercept new business, favor the circulation of new ideas, and contamination deriving from the meeting with other sectors.

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