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Nuremberg, 20 January 2016 - Biesse will be present with its latest technologies at Holz-Handwerk trade fair, from 16-19 March.
Following the Think4ward core concept, which stands for the forward-thinking automation and software solutions to help customers leverage the fourth industrial revolution, Federico Broccoli, Wood Division Director/Sales and Subsidiaries Division Director at Biesse, says: “4.0 is for us not only a number representing the so-called new industrial revolution, but a real commitment toward our customers, to take them, thanks to our “4.0 ready” technologies, to those efficiencies nowadays so essential in order to be competitive in a more and more global market,”
The goal of this revolution is to bring together the high output numbers seen in the assembly chain with the tailor-made value of artisan production, a process from which both large scale plants companies and small/medium realities can benefit, adapting the technologies to their own needs.
“Biesse Group places itself firmly at the service of this fourth Industrial Revolution, developing new high-performance solutions for the creation of ‘digital' factories 4.0” states Biesse Marketing and Communications Manager Raphaël Prati. The bSuite package is an example of this, a coordinated collection of established software characterised by its peerless quick setup and ease of use which allows anyone to access the most cutting-edge technology available on the market. Biesse experts will meet visitors and clients, showing them the advantages offered by the management of numerically controlled machines.
Biesse will cover an exhibition area of almost 800 sqm and will display 12 high-performance machines. “In comparison to Holz-Handwerk 2014 we increased our exhibition space by 30%, intentionally designing it to combine attractiveness and efficiency” recalls Pigorsch Jacek, Managing Director of Biesse Deutschland.
Hall 11 – Stand 206