Fiera Milano Rho, Italy – 32.BI-MU, the first exhibition organized during the pandemic and dedicated to machine tools, robot, automation, digital & additive manufacturing, and auxiliary technologies, concluded with over 9,000 visits registered over the four days of exhibition. The event was supported by UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems manufacturers' association, and organized by EFIM-ENTE FIERE ITALIANE MACCHINE.
With over 350 exhibiting companies (30 percent of which from abroad) occupied two exhibition halls with their latest technological product offerings. About 50 events were held in the BI-MUpiù arena, which was attended by an average of 20 people with a limit of 90 attending guests.
The BI-MUpiùAdditive arena featured the latest trends along with BI-MupiùDigital showcasing the potential of a digital factory. The conferences were remotely followed by more than a thousand users, with 3.5 percent foreign visitors from 27 countries, with Germany, Switzerland, France, and Austria being the most represented.
Barbara Colombo, President, UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, said that all necessary care had been taken regarding safety concerns throughout the four days of the event. 32.BI-MU was the very first trade fair to obtain a Compliance Certification.
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