One of Acimall’s founders, Franco Tanzini from Vitap - Industrial Technological Machines, talks with great pride about the innovations his company has set out this year and on the importance of Xylexpo for the woodworking sector.
This is the decision made by the Board of Directors of Cepra, the operating arm of Acimall, the Italian woodworking technology association, owners of the exhibition. So, the event will move away from the traditional date in May, due to the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic across the entire planet.
“This is going to be a very different edition from those we have been used to, but it will allow the entire supply chain to meet again and look ahead, after missing a key event for wood and furniture technology” , said president Lorenzo Primultini.
Xylexpo also has a training aspect. There are many architects and professional schools who join the event to update themselves on new technologies; the exhibiting companies themselves invite professionals operators from their area as stated by Marianna Daschini - CEO of the Greda company.