After the success of the last edition, that registered increasing numbers compared to last year with a growth of the 6.4% of the visitors (33,673) and with 1,281 exhibitors, MECSPE, the international exhibition about technologies for innovation, will come back to Parma from the 17th to the 19th March 2016. A positive trend confirmed also by the survey about the satisfaction of the last edition attendees: over the 83% of the interviewed persons considered positively his presence, useful mainly for the chance to meet sector operators (44%) and for the rich offer of last generation machineries (27.1%). «The increasing numbers of MECSPE – comments Emilio Bianchi, Senaf director – show again that is more and more present the will of the companies to look for meeting and comparison moments in order to improve and share their own know-how and to strengthen their presence on the national and international market. After the long period of difficult economic circumstances the world trend is finally reversing with positive forecasts for next years. MECSPE will continue to be an essential support for the companies for the competences exchange among the operators, for the training and the development of partnerships and business».
An excellence appointment for the whole mechanics and subcontractor divisions, that is more and more in the middle of the changes that are hitting the international industry. The 2016 edition will be distinguished by three important theme areas – for the types of machines and materials – created in order to offer the visitors a product grouping that fits better his own requests: Subcontractor-Plastic Area, Subcontractor-Mechanics Area, and Subcontractor-Tinplate Machining Area.
Working Isles, with operating machines and several partner exhibitors, develop at the exhibition specific themes in the ambit of plastic machining, so that visitors can “have a proof” of all the solutions to improve the production of their companies. The working isles of the next edition will be oriented to specific sectors, like: medical, electronic, packaging, technical, aerospace and they will compare standard machining processes with new technological frontiers: 3D printing, machining of nano-charged materials and of composites, rapid tooling in moulds and dies, ABS in metal sintering parts and so on.
Among the projects that will enliven the 2016 edition of MECSPE, the initiative Digital Factory – beyond the automation, a project of digital integration of all systems and subsystems that compose a modern factory. The Digital Factory is a new frontier for up-to-date companies, in which through the use of PLM platforms it will be possible to manage in real time the manufacturing of productive batches along the whole productive chain, without any territorial or physical barrier, from rapid prototyping to design, production and final assembly.