mardi 29 novembre 2016

VeronaFiere Evoo Day

In occasione della celebrazione in Italia della Giornata Mondiale dell’Olio di Oliva


L’olio extravergine di oliva italiano è il più apprezzato al mondo. Per capire come produrne di più migliorando ulteriormente la qualità e per comunicarlo e venderlo bene, Veronafiere presenta gli EVOO Days, il nuovo progetto per la filiera oleicola nazionale.
Verona, 29 novembre 2016 – Ideati da Veronafiere nascono gli EVOO Days, forum per la formazione e il networking della filiera dell’olio extravergine di oliva di qualità. La prima edizione è in programma il 20 e 21 febbraio 2017 a Verona durante Sol d’Oro Emisfero Nord (, il più autorevole concorso oleario internazionale.
«È il nostro contributo alla celebrazione in Italia della Giornata Mondiale dell’Olio di Oliva promossa dal Consiglio Oleicolo Internazionale (COI) – affermaGiovanni Mantovani, direttore generale di Veronafiere –, ed è un’iniziativa che completa il progetto perseguito con Sol d’Oro, che è quello di premiare le migliori produzioni oleicole internazionali offrendo nel contempo ai produttori di tutto il mondo un momento di confronto per progredire nella qualità».

Tre i focus degli EVOO Days, che vedranno la partecipazione anche di relatori esteri: il miglioramento dell’oliveto e della qualità dell’olio nazionale, con seminari per approfondire le tecniche che permettono di passare da un’olivicoltura tradizionale a una intensiva utilizzando gli impianti già esistenti; l’export, con workshop su Usa, Giappone e Taiwan; il marketing, per vendere e comunicare meglio il prodotto, partendo  dall’ideazione del packaging fino all’utilizzo dei social, passando per una efficace partecipazione alle fiere.
Infos AeP Consultants Sarl

lundi 28 novembre 2016

Samoter - Vérone 22/25 février 2017

The third SaMoTer Day today in Verona saw the presentation of the new SaMoTer-Veronafiere Outlook


7,551 construction machinery units sold in Italy January-September (+32%). A further increase of +37% is estimated in Italy for the two-year period 2017-2018.

Verona, 28 November 2016 – The first nine months of 2016 saw sales around the world of 496,500 earth moving machines, 5,000 less (-1%) compared to the same period in 2015. The setback was particularly in the first quarter, while there was better overall stability in following months. The period January-September saw performances emerging markets stand out, with China (+8%) and India (+31%), and a good result in Western Europe (+11%). Setbacks were seen in North America (-3%) and Japan (-24%).

This sales trend in unitary terms was confirmed by the SaMoTer-Veronafiere Outlook, the construction sector observatory developed in partnership with Prometeia – the international economic consulting and research company – with the support of Unacea, the Italian Association of construction machinery and equipment builders.

The figures were presented today at the Verona Exhibition Centre during the third SaMoTer Day: the training and guideline event focusing on opportunities and trends in the building and construction equipment market around the world and in Italy (

Going into more detail for the “Old Continent” for the period January-August, France (+42%) and Italy (+32%) achieved double-figure growth in sales; Belgium (+14%), Germany (+14%) and Spain (+10%) all performed well. The United Kingdom posted a downturn of 12% in the wake of Brexit.
In particular, with growth in eleven consecutive quarters, Italy has consolidated its recovery, but nevertheless still has to recoup losses in a sector that, following the economic crisis in 2008, shrank by more than 80%. Sales in Italy especially involved mini excavators and telehandlers.
This trend is also reflected on a global scale, with world-wide sales of mini excavators up by 5% for a 23% share of the market, close behind crawler excavators (24%).

These are important signals with a view to the 30th SaMoTer (22-25 February 2017), Veronafiere’s triennial event dedicated to the construction machinery sectorheld in conjunction with Asphaltica, the exhibition focusing on technologies and solutions for road paving, safety and road infrastructures organised together with Siteb(Italian Bitumen, Asphalt and Road Building Association), and Transpotec Logitec, the event dealing with transport and logistics with Fiera Milano.
“The new report,” said Giovanni MantovaniCEO of Veronafiere“is another business tool that Veronafiere provides companies to support the construction sector together. Since the 2014 edition of SaMoTer, our commitment has been to develop a new show model that is increasingly responsive to business needs and market developments. Above all, the event is not only at the side of exhibitors and operators during the trade fair itself but also throughout the year thanks to a series of events, such as the SaMoter Day, dedicated to training and professional updates.”  

 Year-end estimates - 2016 (units sold)
The forecasts developed by the Prometeia Study Centre for the SaMoTer-Veronafiere Outlook indicate a slight recovery (+2%) in the last quarter, which should settle global sales of earth moving machinery at 625,700 units (-0.4%). This market stagnation is also the outcome of downsized investments in the construction sector and, consequently, the propensity to buy new machinery. At the end of the year, Western Europe will make the most significant contribution to world demand for machinery and technologies, climbing back to a 26.6% share of the world market after the rock bottom figure of 18.8% posted in 2010. After 5 years of setback, even China’s share of the market began improving again and should close the year at 13.6%, albeit still far below the 35% peak posted in 2010.

Forecasts for the two-year period 2017-2018 (units sold)
The report suggests that the next two-year period will be positive for world-wide sales of construction equipment, with a resumed investment propensity by companies more in line with the historical average: a trend that should make sales of 863,000 units in 2018 possible, with a variation of +38% over 2016. In this two-year period, emerging markets should see Latin America (+61%), Central and Eastern Europe (+55%), India (+33%) and China (+27%) come to the fore. “Mature” markets can expect some growth, such as Japan (+57%), North America (+53%) and Western Europe (+12%).
In this context, earth moving machinery in Italy will continues along the path of recovery started in 2014, coming to 15,600 units sold in 2018, up by 37% over 2016 for a market share of 10% on a European scale.

Construction sector market focus: estimates for the two-year period 2017-2018
Trends on the construction market are directly related to the earth moving machinery field and 2016 are expected to see the rate of expansion settle at about 2%. Over the next two years (2017-2018), the SaMoTer-Veronafiere Outlook estimates dynamic investments likely to achieve a growth rate of more than 3%, driven to a large extent by India.
The situation in the United States is very dynamic, with the new Trump Presidency with plans for major infrastructure investments amounting to 1 trillion (1,000 billion) dollars, that may well stimulate even more expansion. There are good prospects between 2017 and 2018 for Central Europe thanks to the residential segment and civil engineering works linked with EU funds. Russia will gradually emerge from the recession, driven by new infrastructure construction sites, while China will see a slowdown in construction in the wake of credit bubble risks.
The construction sector in Italy should also become more dynamic again, with steady progress in investments in non-residential buildings and civil engineering works: the final forecast, compared to 133.7 billion euros in 2015, suggests an increase of 1% in 2016, 1.6% in 2017 and 1.8% in 2018.

Infos : AeP Consultants Sarl - Paris 

jeudi 17 novembre 2016

Samoter 2017

Run-up to the 30th SaMoTer at Veronafiere 22-25 February 2017


The specialists at SaMoTer 2017: Eurocomach-Sampierana, Ihimer, Kubota, Takeuchi and Yanmar and have already officially confirmed attendance as exhibitors at the earth moving, site and building machinery show at Veronafiere.

Verona, 17 November 2016 – Compact, efficient, ideal for work even on construction sites in the middle of traffic in large cities and lower pollution levels than ever: the “featherweight” category is driving the recovery in the earth moving machinery world. Mini-loaders and mini-excavators up to 6 tonnes continue to earn market shares on a global scale, improving from 15% of total sales in 2010 to 24% in 2015. This trend is also reflected in Italy, as evidenced by data from Veronafiere’s SaMoTer Outlook in collaboration with Prometeia and with the information input of Unacea.
Between January and July 2016, Italy posted sales of 3,935 mini-excavators, 24% more than in the same period last year. The wheel-mounted mini-loader segment also expanded, with 342 units sold (+44%), as well as track-laying mini-loaders with 286 units (+41%).
These important figures must in any case be viewed in context – such as the Italian earth-moving sector – which has lost up to 82% of its value since the beginning of the crisis in 2009.
Nonetheless, this is a positive sign for the sector, with a view to the 30th edition of SaMoTer, Italy’s most important trade fair dedicated to earth moving, site and building machinery scheduled at Veronafiere 22-25 February 2017 (
And the “mini” segment will be well represented at the coming SaMoTer event by Eurocomach-Sampierana, Ihimer, Kubota (E-Mac Group), Takeuchi (Midi Europe) and Yanmar – leading international brands that have already official announced their attendance as exhibitors.
Mini-excavators and mini-loaders respond increasingly well to the maintenance work requirements of highly-urbanised modern contexts such as those in Europe and the United States. Efficient machinery ensuring minimally invasive work, capable of operating in confined spaces and short-term construction sites. All this without forgetting sustainability: latest-generation machines can eliminate more than 90% of exhaust gas particulates compared to engines fitted before 1996.

Link to photo
Photo - Mini-excavator at SaMoTer (2014 edition)

dimanche 6 novembre 2016

Fieracavalli : Espositori francesi

Verona 10/13 novembre 2016

Espositori francesi alla 118ma edizione di Fieracavalli 2016
Partecipazione curata da AeP Consultants Sarl di Angelo Pavone
Sito web
Pad.+ Stand
Animalerie Discount

Pad. 6 - C4 Prodotti e articoli per cani
Back on Back Pad. 6 - D3 Accessori per l'equitazione, caschi
By Sellerie Magahorse Pad 6 - C2 Materiale equestre per equitazione classica e western
Devoucoux Sellier Pad 6 – D2/D3 Produzione selle et accessori per il cavallo
Equijouet Pad 6 - E5 Gioielli ed accessori di moda equestrian
Fiseda Sarl

Area B – Stand 7 Fabbricazione sticker, adesivi
Sarl l'Hacienda Pad. 11 - F2 Accessori e matereiale western per cavallo e cavaliere
Ibero Import Pad 9 - B13 Articoli e abbigliamento iberico per Cavallo e cavaliere - Selle
JU et PA Pad. 6 - D5 Abbigliamento per competizione equestre
Kazo sarl

Pad. 6 - B3 Abbigliamento
Kozysocks Akkor Intern. Pad. 6 - C5 Calze cotone e bambou
Les Crins D'or

Pad. 4 Stand 6
Pad. 6
Jewels, handbags, plush toys
Locomotif Pad. 4 Stand 11 Serigrafia su tessuto, tema equestre, clothes prints
Natur'Kado Pad. 4 Stand 4
Pad. 6
Glasses, jewellery, toys
Promotex Gravures Pad 6 - B9a Incisioni su metallo
Safi Culottes France

Pad. 6 - C3 Confezioni da equitazione confezionati artigianalmente
Stud Book Selle Français

Pad. 7 Stand 3 Federazioen allevatoriale razza Selle française
Theault Pad. 2 Stand 2 Manufacture of the small and large horseboxes
UNIC Pad. 7 Stand 3 Unic raggruppa l'insieme delel organizzazioni professionali dela filera equina francese
Vans Fautras Pad. 4 Stand E3 Rimorchi per cavalli, trailers
Vase Insolite

Pad. 9 stand 18 Baume e unuenti per il cavallo

Info : Aep Consultants sarl  -