EMO Hannover 2007 - Italians are biggest foreign contingent
From 17 to 22 September 2007, Hanover hosted EMO, the bi-annual trade fair that brings the metalworking sector to the attention of the international manufacturing industry.
Right from the first day the Italian exhibitors - the biggest contingent (over 270 exhibitors), after the Germans of course, who were playing at home - registered the biggest numbers of visitors from Europe and beyond.
On this occasion, the strong lineup of Italian companies had an extra string to their bow: the support of UniCredit Group which, with its UniCredit Group Point, accompanied the sector with a series of innovative services and with a mixed team consisting of specialists from UniCredit Banca d'Impresa, HVB Bank and Leasing.
With the strong correlation between the metalworking sector's business model - whose biggest export market is Germany - with that of UniCredit Group (now totally integrated with HVB), the opportunity to bring these synergies to bear has been made a concrete reality, and was much appreciated and widely utilised by the companies present at the fair.
The success of the joint initiative - promoted by the Special Projects team - confirmed the validity of this first test of a model of operational support for a successful Italian sector that could be effectively applied to other Italian sectors of excellence.
The next presentation of the world fair for machine tools will be held in two years' time in Italy: EMO MILANO 2009 will be held on 5-10 October 2009 at the new Milan Trade Fair Area ( www.emo-milan.com) and it will again feature UniCredit Group in a leading role.
- Profile of MAC Lab project
- Press release for UBI-UCIMU agreement
- UniCredit Group at the fair
- Forecasts for sector in 2007-2008
- Press release for the event
- fieramilano 3-7/10/2008, www.bimu-sfortec.com
- fieramilano 5-10/10/2009, www.emo-milan.com
|MACLab scheda progetto.pdf||58kB|
|Comunicato stampa UCIMU UBI.pdf||40kB|
|Unicredit Group infiera.pdf||234kB|
|previsioni settore 2007 2008.pdf||67kB|
|comunicato stampa evento emo.pdf||81kB|