The first day of the 5th edition of the INNOFORM® International Tooling and Processing Industry Cooperation Fair.
This year's tooling and processing conference was aimed at people from the industry and beyond who wanted to deepen their knowledge in the area of Industry 4.0 in the specialty tooling and processing industry and the issue of shortening global value chains as an opportunity for industry companies.
During the conference, two panel discussions were held on the topics:
I. "Industry 4.0 solutions in the tooling and processing industry - challenges and benefits",
II. "If not China then who? shortening global value chains as an opportunity for industry companies".
In addition, an INFO DAY meeting was held "How to increase production automation and product personalization?" as part of the Better Factory project. It attracted considerable interest from companies, which can receive funding of up to EUR 200,000 to redesign their current products or implement innovations in the company in cooperation with experts in technology, business and art.
The second day of the 5th edition of the INNOFORM® International Trade Fair for the Tool-Making and Processing Industry.
On the second day of the fair, a cooperation exchange organized by the Enterprise Europe Network Center at the Toruń Regional Development Agency S.A. brought together many manufacturers, distributors and specialists in the toolmaking and polymer plastics processing sector.
There were also individual meetings with experts as part of the Better Factory project "How to increase the automation of production and products?". It was attended by companies interested in the international project.
The third and final day of the 5th edition of the INNOFORM® International Tooling and Processing Industry Cooperation Fair.
The last day was an educational day aimed at high school students. There was a meeting for young people during which three topics were discussed that can help young people make decisions about their future educational and professional path:
I. "Competencies necessary in the tool and processing industry and the possibility of career development".
II. "Skills for Employability Development"
III. "Competencies for the tool and processing industry in light of job advertisements".
After the lecture part, a tour of the exhibition hall was organized for young people under the guidance of mentors from our industry.
The Cooperative Exchange also continued, in an online format, for those who could not come to the fair in person