The USA and the United Arab Emirates: two very different examples of industrial expansion and evolution. Two essential showcases, one ideal for those reinforcing their industrial leadership position, the other for those investing heavily in technology to drive their economic development.
Countries and companies worthy of the keenest attention from companies, such as SACMI, that see innovative technology as both their aspiration and daily goal.
That’s why SACMI will be at Chicago, at the Houseware Show (11-13 March 2007, houseware trade fair - Stand S4923 - South Building) and at Alumex, Dubai (22-24 April 2007), where the division will present a technical report on the advantages of cold coining for the shaping of aluminium and its alloys.
Through the first event Sacmi aims to reinforce its leadership position in the household articles hydraulic pressing field, in a market that is mature yet one which continually presents new challenges owing to a steadily rising standard of living and increasing domestic comfort levels.
The second event, instead, aims to explore, within the boundless industrial world of aluminium alloy forming, those applications for which cold coining might be a highly competitive alternative to pressure die casting and hot-forging.