Biesse Set To Host Two 2018 Tech Tours in Italy

Biesse Set To Host Two 2018 Tech Tours in Italy

Charlotte, North Carolina – After another highly successful Tech Tour in October, Biesse is proud to offer two exciting opportunities this year for you to see some of the most advanced production facilities in the world.

The first chance to have Biesse’s product experts guide you through Italy comes during the 2018 Spring Tech Tour, which is scheduled for the week of May 10 with a registration deadline of April 6. The Fall Tech Tour is scheduled for the week of Oct.13 with a registration deadline of Aug. 31.

The Tour will visit a variety of medium to large manufacturers and experience machinery from across Biesse’s entire range with a strong emphasis on automation. Attendees will discover how companies have successfully implemented digital factories and smart technology, taking their production into the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

“Biesse will continue the format of our past tech tours and this year see the hottest 4.0 trends in our industry: robust robotic part sorting, hardware insertion and labor saving automation,” said Biesse Brand Sales Manager Jason Varelli.

Please join us and enjoy this educational opportunity to experience cutting-edge solutions in a production environment while discovering how the global market is implementing Industry 4.0.

Space is limited, so we request you limit your participation to a maximum of 2 people per company. Please act soon in reserving your space! You can RSVP by emailing or calling Jason Varelli at 704-307-6416.

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