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A GLOBAL FUTURE FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
Italian Machinery Important Partner for North American Auto Parts Suppliers
Detroit ‚Äď Automotive suppliers and manufacturers will convene in Detroit this November 8th for OESA‚Äôs (the Original Equipment Suppliers Association) 2010 Outlook Conference and 12th Annual Meeting of Members. Assembling under the banner ‚ÄúTechnology and Talent: Driving Auto Industry Prosperity‚ÄĚ, OESA members will assess major transformations in the automotive industry over the past year, while outlining future strategies for the organizations that produce and support the latest in automotive innovation.
As the world continues to watch Italian automotive giant Fiat‚Äôs efforts to revitalize Chrysler, it appears evident that tomorrow‚Äôs automotive industry leaders will be those who possess the greatest levels of global appeal, quality and environmental sustainability.
To help North American vehicle parts suppliers compete in this global manufacturing marketplace, the Chicago Office of the Italian Trade Commission will provide insight into the Italian marketplace, outlining opportunities for partnership between Italian machinery manufacturers and vehicle part suppliers in North America, drawing upon recent examples of success.
As the international face of Italian machinery, the Italian Trade Commission, through its Machines Italia project, serves as the principal reference point and gateway to Italian machinery manufacturers for the North American automotive industry (primarily first and second tier suppliers).
Representatives will be available to discuss the latest products and technology coming out of Italy‚Äôs machinery sectors, including machine tools, textile machinery, foundry and metallurgical, glass working machinery, ceramics machinery, and plastic machinery. Representatives will also be available prior to or following the event to speak with potential U.S. buyers and Italian machinery manufacturers. Machines Italia will have a booth at the conference to provide information on Italian solution providers specifically located within the Midwest.
Contact: Italian Trade Commission Chicago Office for more information at
312-670-4360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on OESA and the conference go to www.oesa.org.