BIEMH 29 was presented this morning at EMO Milan during a mobile ceremony during which media representatives visited the stands of three companies that exhibit at BIEMH which are also present at the Milan fair: IBARMIA, SORALUCE and BOST.
The next BIEMH is presented with an image centred on intelligent manufacturing and Industry 4.0. The executive director of the Bilbao Exhibition Centre, Xabier Basáñez, explained how BIEMH 2016 will respond to new challenges of the fourth industrial revolution.
AFM executive Xabier Ortueta explained in his speech that the domestic market situation is the best in recent years, with good prospects for consumption growth, whereby “we expect more exhibitors, more space and above all more visitors with more investment needs.”
Ibarmia director-general Koldo Arandia in turn described his company’s presence at the fair it has attended since 1968, when it was held for the fifth time. He highlighted that “for Ibarmia BIEMH has been the quintessential fair.” Visitors to the Ibarmia stand were able to learn about its new hybrid machineZVH 45/L1600 ADD+PROCESS, which uses addititive manufacturing (AM) and processing (milling and turning) technologies.
Soraluce director-general Rafael Idígoras called attention to the excellent occasion offered by BIEMH to publicise the latest available technologies, to bring them within easier reach of clients and make them more affordable. “It is the right place for taking the first step toward correct investment.” At this year’s EMO Soraluce presented its machinery’s new image as well as the new DAS (Dynamics Active Stanilizar) technology, which eliminates chatter and ups machine performance by 300 percent.
The Bost company was also part of the tour. Its managing director Karlos Arambarri explained that “BIEMH is a fair specialising in very precise high-tech high-performance machines suitable for large components, which are precisely the kind of machines we make at Bost.”
The impressive presence showcasing the three companies hosting the BIEMH presentation also served to publicise the slogan of 29 BIEMH: ‘You Make it Big’.