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Charlotte, NC, May 26, 2017 – Biesse’s extraordinary start to the 2017 Ligna show continued throughout the week resulting in yet another record-breaking show for the Pesaro-based giant.  50,000sqft of booth space featuring more than 40 innovative machines set the stage for Biesse to demonstrate our commitment to transform customer factories into digital factories, enabling them to benefit from the many opportunities offered by being Industry 4.0 ready. 

One of the major draws of the show was found in Biesse’s Services area.  Attendee response was overwhelmingly positive to the investments Biesse has made in advanced digital projects and support tools like our MKC – Machine Knowledge Center and new Parts Portal.  These services have been designed to provide customers with the ability to obtain an even greater value from their machinery, made possible by an increased direct connection with our company and the professionalism and experience that characterizes it. 


Another major focus of interest was our area dedicated to the housing market where we demonstrated turnkey technological solutions and projects for the production of doors, windows, beams and lamellar walls.


“Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things was the main focus of the technology in our booth,” said Federico Broccoli, President and CEO of Biesse America and Biesse Canada.  “We want to demonstrate how this technology is affordable and available to all manufacturers regardless of size.  Everyone can afford it and the benefits are fantastic.”


Biesse will be demonstrating our innovative technology at AWFS in Las Vegas, July 19 – 22.  We invite you to visit our booth #4800 and #7403 and live the experience!



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