Visitor Registration Now Open for Vitrium 2017
Vitrum will take place at Fiera Milano Rho from 3–6 October 2017. The four-day event will combine displays of the most innovative technologies in the glass processing machinery, special products and accessories industries with a packed calendar of side events. The 20th edition of Vitrum has been completely revamped and, in addition to the best the industry has to offer, it also includes a vast array of never-before-seen events and parallel activities, all of which add value to participation in the Fair. Exhibitors from 18 countries will be there, with the broadest range of products for all sectors – building and construction, industrial glass, furniture, home furnishings, automotive and all types of hollow glass applications (pharmaceutical, containers, tableware, bottles, etc). The most innovative solutions and applications of Industry 4.0, the best of every kind of glass processing, all will be on display in the new location in pavilions 5 and 7, with the added convenience of free Wi-Fi coverage throughout, even easier access from the Metro and Railway stations and Porta Sud, as well as proximity to the Services Center, where the seminars will be held. A full calendar of parallel events is scheduled to take place in the Services Center, adjacent to the show pavilions. They begin on the afternoon of 3 October with a “Seminar for the Italian Market on the Investment Incentives for Updating Machine Inventories, in Compliance with Industry 4.0“. This is an opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the opportunities included in the Super and IperAmmortamento programs, the Nuova Sabatini and Tax Credits for Research and Development. 4 October, instead, is the time to dive into innovation with the “What’s hot in Glass Processing” Seminar, for a full immersion in the most exciting international offerings. On 5 October, thanks to the support of Assovetro, there will be a meeting dedicated to the Italian market. “Glass products for building” is designed for architects, engineers and designers, as well as industry professionals. Admission to all the seminars and meetings is free and open until all available seats are filled.