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NEWS DESK


the supply chain,” he said. “A machine tool has 2000-plus components, and it’s hard to manage that during 30% growth without using too much capital.” Business interests remain hopeful that reforms from the


government, including a proposal to deregulate the labor market, will be success. (A new corruption scandal involving current President Michel Temer that occurred after EXPO- MAFE is said to have diminished the chances of a broad economic reform package, according to published reports.) “Infl ation is low, and while interest rates are high they are going down,” said Henry Goffaux, vice president-Europe for ABIMAQ. “EXPOMAFE came at the right time—it was fully booked, and many exhibitors told us they want to book space for the next one.”


Educational Program


EXPOMAFE developed an educational program cover- ing topics such as the local content policy for the Brazilian oil and gas industry; Smart Solutions for Industry (presented


by VDI-Brasil); cutting and welding; and the communication protocol for Industry 4.0. In addition, EXPOMAFE presented an Advanced Manu- facturing Demonstration producing 600 units of personalized cell phone holders in order to demonstrate the technologies behind Industry 4.0. Those technologies include independent production modules, machine-to-machine communications, a self-managing production system, and digital twins. The project was developed by ABIMAQ and SENAI-SP


(Brazil’s technical education system), along with 12 director and sponsor companies, six startup companies, the MAUÁ Technology Institute, FEI University Center, eight companies that provided technologies to operate the line, and support from Informa Exhibitions.


Business Round Table


On May 10 and 11, EXPOMAFE held the fi rst Interna- tional Business Round Table among show exhibitors and importers invited by Brazil Machinery Solutions (BMS).


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