Made in Steel 2021: the spaces sold already tell of a success
The results were above expectations: despite the difficulties encountered due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which led to an inevitable decrease in international exhibitors, the ninth edition of Made in Steel is still to be considered a success in terms of exhibition space sold.
A trend in line with the previous edition, that of 2019, and expression of the high expectations that the national and southern European steel supply chain has towards the event. Made in Steel will be, in fact, in Europe, the first exhibition in attendance since the outbreak of the pandemic dedicated to steel operators.
All the major national players have confirmed their massive presence and there is a fair representation of international operators, with some “big” names and Turkey confirming itself as the first foreign country for number of exhibitors.
Made in Steel will be held at the same time as two important international trade fairs: EMO MILANO 2021 (4-9 October), the world machine tool fair alternately hosted by Italy and Germany, and VITRUM (5-8 October), the specialized international exhibition of machinery, equipment and systems for processing flat and hollow glass, glass and processed products.
The partial contemporaneity of the three events, which represent three strategic industrial sectors, will increase business and networking opportunities for visitors and exhibitors. The permeability of the three international events will also be promoted, in order to facilitate the circulation of visitors.