Mecspe and Metef confirm to be important poles for the whole Italian and international industry also in 2022. In 2023, the two exhibitions will be back to BolognaFiere from March 30th to April 1st
Positive end for the 20th edition of Mecspe and the 12th edition of Metef. The two exhibitions organized by Senaf were held simultaneously for the first time, at BolognaFiere from 9th to 11th June. The two trade fairs mirror the market’s liveliness. As many as 39,348 professionals visited the 13 thematic halls. The programme was developed in the three thematic branches of digitalization, sustainability and training, fundamental for enterprises’ growth.
Many districts, many novelties
The districts of motors, of white goods, of luxury, of automated machines, of mechanical and plastic machining, of logistics and of aluminium had the opportunity of visiting the 2,000 companies on show, finding innovative people and solutions.
Welcome to the exhibition by an industrial robot positioned at Costituzione entry, visitors could appreciate the installation of information holograms that introduced to Mecspe Live Academy area. At the 20th edition of Mecpse, the Facilitated Finance Plaza, managed by Innova Finance, made its debut. About fifty meetings have shown entrepreneurs the financial and fiscal instruments that the legislator makes available for enterprises.
2023 meeting: dates already scheduled
Next year Metef will be held simultaneously with Mecspe, from March 30th to April 1st 2023 at BolognaFiere. This means that Mecspe will be back in its historical dates and will double the meeting. For the second time, in fact, Mecspe will take place also in Bari from November 23rd to 25th with “Focus Mediterranean”. An edition dedicated to the development of technologies 4.0 and a proposal increasingly focused on manufacturing processes’ sustainability and innovation. The choice of being back to Bari in 2023, comments Emilio Bianchi, General Manager of Senaf, aims at “continuing the course already started with the enterprises on the territory”.