It is a special moment for the Italian economy in which the element of discontinuity is the main constant and the sector of woodworking technology is not an exception. However, last months have shown some signs of important recovery, certainly to be interpreted, but they represent an injection of confidence for the experts.
Acimall, member of the association Confindustria that represents the sector of technology for wood, estimated that the value of the internal market in 2014 was nearly 400 million euro, a significant increase compared to 2013. Italy is therefore beginning to repurchase machinery?
The question can perhaps find an affirmative answer, considering the latest benefits available to buyers. First, the extension of the law "Sabatini bis" will facilitate even for 2015 the financing transactions for the acquisition of new machinery. Between this year and 2020 will be allocated over 160 million euro.
It will also be active "Bonus Mobili", a measure that will allow to obtain significant tax deductions for those who decide to carry out works of renewal and renovation to their own home. An incentive that should increase domestic consumption of furniture and therefore indirectly promote the renewal of machinery stocks of the manufacturing companies.
Conditions far from negative then, towards trustful 2015 and especially in 2016, a process that will culminate with the start of Xylexpo and that we all hope, will have a very positive impulse on the Italian visitors. Already in 2014, in fact, more than 10,000 workers from the peninsula attended of the biennial show for woodworking technology.
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