BIMU-SFORTEC in Milan, ItalyClick image to enlargeThe Italian Trade Commission is seeking Canadian metal products manufacturers interested in attending one of Italy's largest trade shows for the metalworking industry, BIMU-SFORTEC 2016.

The 30th edition of the event will be held October 4 to 8 in Milan, Italy. The trade show will feature more than 1,600 suppliers from the metal forming, metal cutting, robotics, automation and ancillary products sectors. The event attracts thousands of visitors from around the world and this year, event organizers are expecting approximately 62,000 visitors from 145 countries.

BIMU-SFORTEC trade show exhibits in Milan, ItalyClick image to enlarge

BIMU-SFORTEC trade show exhibits in Milan, ItalyClick image to enlarge

Interested companies can contact the Italian Trade Commission's Toronto office for details about attending BIMU-SFORTEC 2016 at www.machinesitalia.org/office/toronto-can.

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