The Ministry of Economic Development announced a few days ago The list of considered strategic for Italian trade fair events the economy and that, as such, will have access to funds dedicated Nellambito the support plan for the Made in Italy provided for in the Act stability. Xylexpo, the biennial international exhibition of technologies for woodworking and supplies The industry furniture that Tuesday 24 to Saturday, May 28, 2016 festegger, in the exhibition center Fieramilano-Rho, its twenty-fifth edition was recognized as an instrument of industrial policy for the sector and, as such, inserted nellelenco of the top 32 fairs at national level pose severe events; not only for the role they play in favor of Made in Itay and the internationalization of Italian companies, but also because they are showcases for world-class excellence, places where exhibitors and visitors from around the world meet and confront creating value The entire supply chain for the world.
A recognition for which we have worked and which enshrines lunicit Xylexpo on the national scene of the events industry, commented satisfied Dario Corbetta, director of the festival. We have gone through years of great complexity, not only economic added and want to believe that this choice of the Italian Government to establish a new starting point around which to concentrate the collaboration and sharing of all the players involved, so that the world of woodworking technology can always gather more results. The government measure provides funding for over 40 million euro, coated in the period 2015-2017, with which the organizers will have to field events and promotional initiatives to increase our exports and further strengthening the role of festivals select which points reference for the supply and demand internazionale.E also a confirmation of the proximity of the institutions to the technologies for the wood, he added Corbetta. A focus that sees in this new action the will to make things clear in one exhibition scene too many times altered by rivalry and overlap, as well as a further commitment to a sector that exports more than 80 percent of the 1.6 billion production, as many as 5 percent of the credit balance of the national balance of trade; the excellence of Made in Italy in which to invest with confidence.