Made Expo warms up its engines. From 13 to 16 March Fiera Milano Rho opens its doors to the event dedicated to the sector of construction and architecture, which is proposed as a stage for ideas and innovations to recharge a sector that is strategic for the national economy.
The ninth edition was presented yesterday, Wednesday 6 February, with a press conference at the Edison headquarters in Milan. The organising institutions were present, including Emanuele Orsini, the President of FederlegnoArredo: “Building is the motor of the country and the MADE expo will act as a stimulus to encourage the government to inject new energy in the construction sites by rapidly making available the resources already allocated.”
The trade fair will gravitate around the theme of the Quality of living, developing the aspects concerning urban and infrastructural regeneration and the fundamental ingredients of contemporary living: comfort, safety, sustainability and innovation.
Made Expo consists of 4 Salons (MADE Construction and Materials, MADE Enclosure and Fixtures, MADE Interiors and Finishing, MADE Software, Technologies and Services) divided into 8 halls, where more than 900 exhibitors will be present and more than 100 events and conferences will take place.
The trade fair is complemented by an intense programme of technical and cultural training that in this edition will have their pillars in BuildSMART, Elle Decor Design Box, Archmarathon Selections and Enclosure and Fixtures Forum.
The trade fair will also be developed thanks to the close collaboration of Ance, a national construction contractors association, and for the first time, the Milan Triennale will assume the role of partner.
Massimo Buccilli, President of MADE expo, explains: “We are particularly pleased to have at MADE expo 2019, included among both companies and Federations, a broad representation of the Construction industry in our country and the full representation of all materials. This year we will also have with us the Associations of the cement and concrete supply chain and the leading companies of this sector. In this way we will really be able to play a role as an accelerator of ideas and to be able to facilitate relationships that will allow us to enhance the importance of our supply chain for the national economy.”