From 15 June, exhibition activity will start again in Italy, thus earlier than expected, as July had previously been indicated as the green-light date. On the other hand, the progress of the vaccination campaign and the agreements on the free mobility of people across EU countries and between the European Union and other countries, principally the United States, represent a further reassurance for the success of EMO MILANO 2021, the world machine tool trade show, for which numerous applications to exhibit are continuing to be sent from any part of the world.
The collection of registrations to EMO MILANO 2021 continues. Four months from the start, all the main international players in the sector, representing all the segments that make up the world of metalworking machines, have already confirmed their participation. To date, there are over 30 countries represented among the exhibitors whose list is increasing day by day.
Read the list of companies that have already joined.
Italian Government set up special fiscal incentives for Italian companies investing in new machine tools, robots, automation systems, 4.0 and digital technologies. This is a great business opportunity for all the exhibitors who will meet Italian end-users at EMO MILANO 2021.
The Metal Forming Committee – gathering almost thirty enterprises that are members of UCIMU and work in the metal forming and metalworking field – expressed its unanimous decision to take part in the next EMO MILANO 2021.
To guarantee visitors and exhibitors the participation in total safety in events, the Fiera Milano Group has developed a Protocol for the containment of the spread of the coronavirus which illustrates the methods for the safe conduct of trade fairs, in full compliance with the health rules and protocols issued at national level.
For this edition of EMO MILANO, we intend to propose EMOTION 2021 a Divertissement on the music of the five continents, as a tribute to the five continents that have always been widely represented among the exhibitors and visitors of the world metalworking exhibition. New song added to download.