FEIMEC 2016 edition showcased more than 500 brands from top domestic and international exhibitors, including the leading manufacturing suppliers of diverse segments of the capital goods industry and more than 33,000 visitors from Brazil and other 22 countries.

THE EVENT

EXCLUSIVE PRESENCE OF INDUSTRY LEADERS
This edition offered a unique opportunity for the manufacturing professionals to see the lastest technologies and product launches from the leading manufacturingsuppliers from Brazil and from around the world.

TECHNOLOGY
Advanced Manufacturing Demonstration, an exclusive and unprecedented initiative, where a fully-integrated, flexible manufacturing cell produced personalized itemsduring the course of the exhibition.

INTERNATIONAL B2B MATCHMAKING
This is part of the Brazil Machinery Solutions export project under the Buyers Project and Image Project organized through APEX (The Brazilian Trade and Investment Agency).

CREDIT LINES & FINANCING
Four leading Brazilian financial institutions were present at this edition of FEIMEC, offering financing options on machine and equipment purchases.


THE MOST RELEVANT EDUCATIONAL CONTENT WAS PRESENT AT FEIMEC
Advanced Manufacturing, VI International Symposium on Production Excellence: Industry 4.0 – Short, Medium and Long Term (VDI), Seminar on Energy Efficiency ISO50002, Wind Power Day Seminar, Oil & Gas Seminar, and the Technical Arena.

SÃO PAULO EXPO – FEATURING 1ST WORLD INFRASTRUCTUREThe
exhibition center is air conditioned, offering comfort and convenience, in addition to a parking garage with 4,500 covered parking spaces.

TESTIMONIALS

All the innovations in machinery and equipment for the manufacturing sector are here. The trade show has been able to bring manufacturers who are market references, who antecipate trends. The proof of this is in theAdvanced Manufacturing Demonstration, which provides us with a view of the future of manufacturing.

Raphael Palmieri, invited by the Thermoval exhibitor

This solution aggregates high tech and accessible investment. It is worthwhile to emphasize the advantageof participating in a tradeshow like this, in order to see the equipment from smaller companies. I saw someoutstanding products and with an optimal cost-benefit ratio in supplier booths, which were until then were notwell-known.

Sleimen Bedran, from RB Cortes and who was invited by Franho

POST SHOW REPORT FEIMEC 2016 – click here

Official trade show of the industry and main event of the mechanical industry in 2018, the second edition of FEIMECBrazil International Machinery and Equipment Exhibition, confirmed the industry confidence on the resumption of the economic growth. FEIMEC 2018 took place at São Paulo Expo from April 24 to 28.

ABIMAQ

ABIMAQ — Brazilian Machinery Manufacturers Association represents about 7.800 companies of the most varied segments of machines capital goods industry, whose activities has a direct impact on other national production sectors and is nationally structured with head office in São Paulo, nine regional representations and a Political Office in Brasilia.

More than a institutional representation of the sector, ABIMAQ has a professional management and its activities is directed in the generation of commercial opportunities for its members, undertaking liaison with political and economic entities, stimulating business and international cooperation and contributing to improving performance regarding technology, qualification of human resources and management.

INFORMA EXHIBITIONS

Informa Exhibitions believes that events are knowledge and relationship platforms, wich help to further the Brazilian economy. The company is a branch of Informa Group, the biggest organiser of events, conferences and training in the world, with shares negotiated in the London Stock Exchange. Among events undertaken by Informa Exhibitions in Brazil are: Agrishow, Fispal Tecnologia, Fispal Food Service, ForMóbile, FutureCom, ABF Franchising Expo, Serigrafia Sign and FEIMEC in a total of 24 sectorial exhibitions.

Informa Exhibitions has offices in São Paulo (headquarters) and Curitiba, with about 200 collaborators. Over the last four years, the company invested about R$400 (US$ 120) million in Brazil in the acquisition of events and mark/brand names, which let to strategic decision to alter the company's name in Brazil from BTS Informa to Informa Exhibitions.