An increasingly popular event
And that’s not all. 2017 is a special year for Intermac as the company celebrates 30 years of operation. The story of the business began long ago in 1987, when the design of the first Master work centre led Intermac to build the foundations of a company that was set to become the international leader in the glass, stone, and metal sector, a position which Intermac still occupies today. “Innovation is in the DNA of our company,” states Gianluigi Casadio, Director of the Glass & Stone Division. “When Intermac designed and developed the first machining centres, we brought technology and innovation to life at a time where most companies were still focused on manual operations. Today, it is almost instinctive to associate Intermac with NC work centres. This is yet another reason for which we will be celebrating our 30th anniversary with great pride.” With a past like this, the future can only be bright. “Our goals are extremely ambitious and are designed to constantly enhance our product portfolio, strengthen our marketing network, and boost the level of service we offer even further,” the Industrial Director of Intermac confirms. “The recently-approved three year plan is clear. We must continue to grow, pursuing a precisely-delineated development programme that is designed to expand our product offering, ensuring that our solutions are characterised by superior quality and by increasingly sophisticated technologies.”
The 4.0 solutions presented by Intermac are most at home when they are helping to shape the businesses of its customers, thus enabling them to meet the challenges posed by digital manufacturing. Indeed, at Inside Glass, Fiam Italia exhibited a number of objects that served as a tangible example of this, with the iconic “Ghost” chair deserving of a special mention, as it celebrated its 30th birthday with a special initiative, benefiting from the technological contibution provided by Intermac.