EMO Milano 2021 Luigi Caldabini appointed General Commissioner
The General Commissioner for EMO Milano 2021, the leading machine tool exhibition at the Exhibition Centre of Fieramilano Rho, is Luigi Caldabini.
The General Commissioner was appointed at the General Assembly of Cecimo, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries. EMO Milano has been scheduled to take place from 4-9 October 2021. Galdabini will oversee the organisation of the exhibition and will also be involved in promoting the event with a roadshow of press conferences, which will reach the main capital cities of the industry world.
Taking place every two years, the location of EMO alternates with Hanover. EMO Milan will be organised by Efim-Ente Fiere Italiane Macchine, which specialises in organising sector exhibitions, and will be promoted by Fondazione Ucimu — the foundation linked to the Italian machine tools, robots and automation systems manufacturers' association.
The exhibition will cover several areas, among them, metal forming and metal cutting machine tools, production systems, enabling technologies, solutions for interconnected and digital factories, additive manufacturing. EMO Milano 2021 will transform Fieramilano Rho into the biggest digital factory ever set up within an exhibition complex, the organisers say. It will spotlight the latest solutions and will be the international hot-spot meeting point of these industries.
Galdabini is CEO of Galdabini S.p.A., a leading company in the production of metal forming machine tools and machines for mechanical tests based in Cardano al Campo (Varese). He is Past President of Ucimu - Sistemi per Produrre and board member of the association, and also a member of the Italian Delegation of Cecimo, where he was president from 2015-2017. As such, the helm of EMO Milano 2021 is in very good hands.
This edition with the slogan “the magic world of metalworking” expects to surpass the 2015 edition in Milan, which hosted 1,600 exhibiting companies over an exhibition area of 120,000 sq. m. and registered 155,000 visitors from 120 countries.