Metalworking and automation Bi-Mu Italy goes full steam ahead
The 33rd edition of Bi-Mu will take place during the second week of October 2022 at Rho-fieramilano expo centre in Milan, Italy. The international exhibition covers all topics ranging from machine tools, robotics and automation systems to additive manufacturing, digital and auxiliary technologies.
The Bi-Mu event in Milan will take place concurrently with the trade fair for wookworking technology Xylexpo. Both trade fairs will open their gates from 12th until 15th October 2022. From October 13th to 15th, Viscom Italia will also take place on Milan’s Rho-fiermilano expo centre. The decision to is meant to give visitors the possibility to visit simultaneously all three events. The organizers hope that this choice will permit exhibitors to boost potential visitor numbers.
“Viscom Italia is a great opportunity for all companies wishing to keep up to date with the latest industry trends and experience innovative technological solutions in the field of digital printing, engraving/laser, screen printing, embroidery, interior decoration and visual merchandising,” comments Massimiliano Pierini, Reed Italia Exhibition’s Managing Director. “Bi-Mu and Xylexpo exhibitors and visitors will indeed be inspired by the countless sustainable applications and materials to create new products and communication models with high visual impact.”
Riccardo Gaslini, head of the organizing secretariat of Bi-Mu, organized by EFIM, said: “Bi-Mu and Xylexpo have been working together for two years now to offer both event participants a comprehensive and rewarding visiting experience. This is why we co-ordinated the total permeability of the two Instrumental Mechanics exhibitions. Joined by Viscom Italia, it will certainly help attract greater visitor numbers, benefiting everybody participating at the fair. As trade fair organizers, we are highly aware that the over-lapping events will help make the district more lively and vibrant, and a big plus thanks to the enhanced services provided by Rho-fieramilano to meet the needs of the larger number of operators in each of the halls.”