SPS IPC Drives Italy 2017: a preview

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New exhibition layout for a more immersive exposure fruition

SPS IPC Drives Italy 2017: a preview
SPS IPC Drives Italy 2017: a preview

In its 7th consecutive year, SPS IPC Drives Italia (Parma 23-25 May) has become the reference point for Italian OEMs and for those looking to Italy as a potential market for their industrial automation products and solutions.

Major opportunity for the automation sector

By bringing suppliers and producers together, SPS Italia stands out as a major opportunity for the Italian automation sector and a prominent calendar of conferences and special projects makes the show a valuable opportunity for researchers and students.

Meeting market players and establishing successful partnerships

Thanks to a very strong OEM sector, both for the performance and the quality of the machines it produces, Italy has historically been the 2nd European market for automation - in 2016 the sector grew by 7%. Attending SPS Italia is therefore the best opportunity to meet the market players - distributors, producers, manufacturers and suppliers - and establish successful business and technical partnerships.

New exhibition layout

The next edition of SPS Italia shows a new exhibition layout. This new organization of pavilions will allow a more immersive exposure fruition, ensuring visitors two entrances to the fairground and balancing the visit flow to stands from the early hours of the day exhibiting.

Posted on April 20, 2017 - (349 views)
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