Italy promotes advanced technology and strengthens the image of a technologically powerful country

by:Gewinn     2022-05-18
On November 4th, at the Jiuhua International Convention and Exhibition Center in Beijing, the Italian Foreign Trade Commission and the Federation of Italian Machinery Industry Federation jointly held the 'Italian Technology: Transforming Innovation into Productivity Seminar'. The participants came from representatives of various Chinese machinery associations, machinery research institutes, related enterprises, Tsinghua University and graduate teams, as well as representative media from the industrial and economic fields. Dr. Lai Shiping, Chief Representative of the Beijing Office of the Italian Foreign Trade Commission and Chief Coordinator of China, presided over the meeting, Alberto Maria Sacchi, President of the Italian Machinery Industry Federation, Zhang Xiaolin, Vice President of the Machinery Industry Branch of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, and Giancarlo, Chairman of the Italian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association Losma made wonderful speeches respectively. Dr. Lai Shiping introduced the 'Technology Project' (Progetto Tecnologia), a 3-year publicity campaign whose core content is the introduction of Italian machinery and technology, aimed not only at professionals in the industry, but also from economic and financial From the perspective of a wider range of promotion objects. This work is based on the medium and long term and aims to improve the international image of Upper Italy in general. The technical project is mainly aimed at China, the United States, Canada and other countries, and aims to make people realize that Italy is also a country with advanced technology through publicity activities, so as to change the 'traditional' image of Italy in people's minds: that Italy is only a country that can Countries that produce and design high-quality consumer goods do not pay enough attention to advanced technology, but in fact Italy has strong Ru0026D and innovation capabilities. As the highest representative of the Italian machinery manufacturing industry, Mr. Alberto Maria Sacchi, chairman of the Italian Machinery Industry Federation, came to China for the first time to conduct face-to-face exchanges with the Chinese industry and relevant persons in the form of a seminar. He expounded the current Italian machinery field from the aspects of the scale and characteristics of the Italian machinery industry, the domestic and the position of the Italian machinery industry in the European economy, etc. The Confederation of the Italian Machinery Industry consists of 12 associations of manufacturers representing Italian means of production. In 2008, Italy had 6,600 machinery manufacturing enterprises, 180,000 employees, an annual turnover of 40.5 billion euros, exports of 26.9 billion euros, and a trade surplus of 19.7 billion (an increase for the sixth consecutive year). Italy's contribution to the gross national product is 12.7%, ranking 4th, after Germany, the United Kingdom and France. The contribution to machinery turnover is 18.7%, ranking 2nd after Germany. In addition, Mr. Alberto Maria Sacchi also introduced that the Italian Trade Commission organized a delegation of Chinese entrepreneurs to visit Italy in June 2009 and facilitated the signing of contracts worth more than 500 million euros by Italian and Chinese companies such as FIAT and GAC, GENERALI ASSICURAZIONI and GUOTAI, MARRAZZI and SINOCOME. cooperation agreement. Mr. GIANCARLO LOSMA, Chairman of the Italian Machine Tool, Robot and Automation Manufacturers Association, highly praised the rapid development of China's machinery industry. He mainly analyzed the trade and technical cooperation between Italy and China over the years from the field of machine tools. In 2008, China became the world's largest consumer of machine tools, reaching 12 billion euros, an increase of 3.2% over the same period last year, and became the world's largest importer. As the world's fourth largest machine tool producer and third largest machine tool exporter, Italy attaches great importance to the Chinese market. From 2000 to 2008, the export of Italian machine tools to China has doubled, from 56 million euros to 260 million euros, with an average annual growth rate of 21%. The quality of the products made in Italy, with the typical personal qualities, the manufacturer enjoys a reputation for excellent product performance. In 2008, 57% of Italy's production was exported.
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