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Made in Steel 2023 booth sales have ended

For the first time in the history of the conference and exhibition, all exhibition areas over a total of 14 thousand square meters were sold out 4 months before the opening with participants from Italy and all over the world.

Made in Steel 2023 booth sales have ended

Organized by Siderweb since 2005, Made in Steel provides opportunities to get informed about information in the industry, strengthen relationships with colleagues, learn about the industry and the stock market. In addition, it encourages information exchange and competitive cooperation to grow commercially through conferences, forums, meetings.

Made in Steel has closed its participant registrations. Made in Steel, the international steel supply chain exhibition and conference to be held from May 9-11, will cover more than 14,500 square meters in Halls 22 and 24 in fieramilano Rho. Exhibitors' activity in the exhibition area is a record for the event, marking a growth of 45% compared to 2021 and 13% over the previous record attendance in 2019.

The proportion of participants, 25% of whom are foreign, increased by 28% compared to 2021 at the exhibition, where almost all major global and domestic steel companies will participate.

Paolo Morandi, managing director of Made in Steel, said: "This is an important result that rewards the quality of the event organized by the Italian steel community Siderweb and our commitment to continuous improvement. Made in Steel 2023 will be a fundamental step for international steel: the three days of exhibitions and conferences will reflect the future of our world at such a critical time as we are facing."

Made in Steel's 10th event title is "GENERATIONS re-imagining our world."

The conferences organized by Siderweb will focus on the short- and long-term outlook of the steel industry. The aim is to give operators the opportunity to catch up with market trends and to better interpret and understand the global steel dynamics.

Dozens of buyers from all over the world will visit Made in Steel thanks to the cooperation with the promotion Agency ICE abroad and the internationalization of Italian companies. The event will also be supported by the possibility of bringing buyers and sellers or potential business partners together and organizing meetings of speakers of companies. 

In addition, Made in Steel's 10th event will be held in part in conjunction with Lamiera (10-13 May 2023), the international exhibition focused on the sheet metal forming industry introduced by the UCIMU-System Per Produrre. This synergetic relationship aims to promote the circularity of visitors and multiply business opportunities.

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