Lamiera 2019, Italy's metal fabricating trade showClick image to enlarge

If you operate a metal fabricating business in Canada, the Italian Trade Commission wants to hear from you. It is inviting candidates to contact the office for a trip to Milan, Italy to attend the country's largest metal fabricating trade show, Lamiera 2019.

The annual event features more than 400 companies serving the metal fabricating, forming and welding industries.

Lamiera 2019 runs May 15 to 18, 2019, at fieramilano.

Interested candiates can contact the Italian Trade Commission in Toronto. 416 598 1566.

For details about Lamiera 2019, visit the show's web site

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