EMO Milano 2021 – 4 to 9 October 2021

Green light to exhibition activity. The rules for mobility across EU countries and between the European Union and the United States are at an advanced stage.

Tax incentives established by the Italian Government: A great opportunity for exhibitors from all over the world.

After a two-year hiatus EMO Milano, one of the leading exhibitions for the world’s metalworking machine tool manufacturing industry, makes its comeback in Milan, Italy. Promoted by CECIMO, the European Machine Tool Industry Association, the event offers an important business opportunity for exhibitors from all over the world to display their latest innovations.

The green light has been given to exhibition activity. The rules for mobility across EU countries and between the European Union and the United States are at an advanced stage. From 15 June, exhibition activity was allowed to start again in Italy, earlier than expected as July had previously been indicated as the green light date. 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 around the world.

The aim of EMO Milano 2021 is to represent the articulated world of metalworking in the best way, combining vision and innovation, supported also by the package of incentive measures established by the Italian Government authorities for the purchase of new, traditional and digital production systems. The event is also a good opportunity to identify and fulfil Italian demand for metalworking machine tools, as well as the demand expressed by foreign operators.

During the fair, particular attention is given to metal forming and metal cutting machine tools, production systems, enabling technologies, solutions for interconnected and digital factories and additive manufacturing. For this reason, EMO Milano 2021 also serves as a meeting point for the most qualified operators of the industry interested in planning new investments in production technology.

To date, there are 28 countries represented among the exhibitors of the next edition of EMO. Italy, Germany, Taiwan, Spain, Switzerland, Japan, Korea, China and the United States are the nations with the largest number of exhibiting companies.

Agathon, Autodesk, Biglia, Beijing Jingdiao, BLM Group, Brother Industries, D’Andrea, Danobat, Doosan Machine Tools, DMG MORI, Fagor, Fanuc Automation, Framag, Ficep, Galdabini, Gasparini, Gf Machining Solutions, Ghiringhelli, Grinding Technology, Haas, Heidenhain, Hurco, Hwacheon, Index, Junker, Kapp Niles, Kellenberger, LNS, Losma, Matsuura, Makino, Marposs, Mazak, Mcm, Mitsubishi, Mitutoyo, Murata Machinery, MVD, Nakamura-Tome, Nomura Ds, Okuma, Omera, OMV, Pama, Parpas, Renishaw, Rosa, Salvagnini, Schneeberger, Siemens, Soraluce, SW, Thk, Tornos, United Grinding Group, Victor, WFL, Yasda, YCM, YG and Zayer are just a few of the companies that have already confirmed their participation in EMO Milano 2021.

Luigi Galdabini, General Commissioner of EMO Milano 2021, stated: “Availability of vaccines, forecasts of growth with regard to demand for machine tools in all the main areas of the world and the important incentive measures for investment in new production technologies established by the Italian government make up a really favourable context for EMO Milano 2021, to the benefit of all those who will exhibit at the event.”

According to the data processed by Oxford Economics, after the collapse in consumption registered in 2020, in 2021 the world demand for machine tools should grow by 18.4% to 61 billion euro, (Asia 33 billion euro, +15.6%; Europe 17 billion euro, +23.5%; Americas 12 billion euro, +19.7%).

For further details visit www.emo-milano.com