Italvibras will be in Düsseldorf participating in GIFA 2023: the most important fair for the casting industry

Italvibras will be in Düsseldorf participating in GIFA 2023: the most important fair for the casting industry

Italvibras will be in Düsseldorf participating in GIFA 2023: the most important fair for the casting industry

the fair

GIFA 2023

Now in its fifteenth edition, GIFA is the most important trade fair event for all stakeholders in the foundry industry. Foundries, manufacturers of machinery for making moulds/cores as well as companies specialised in production processes and in the formulation of materials aimed at environmental protection: these are just some of the protagonists of GIFA, fundamental players in a production chain that is so central to the global economy. Furthermore, the fair is enlivened by a varied program of seminars, international congresses, symposiums and conferences. The 2023 edition aims to match, and possibly surpass, the extraordinary results of the 2019 event, which saw more than 950 exhibitors and over 45,000 visitors from all over the world, of which 98% declared themselves to be satisfied with the experience and, above all, around 40% confirmed that they succeeded in concluding new commercial agreements.

where and who


GIFA will be held from Monday 12 to Friday 16 June 2023: Italvibras will be pleased to welcome you to its stand (located in the G25 area in Hall 16) of Messe Düsseldorf, the exhibition centre that has hosted the event since the first edition in 1956. Over the years, the Messe has become one of the strongest trade fair organisers in the world in terms of turnover, thanks to its 306,000 m² of exhibition space and over 900 employees. To reach Düsseldorf from Italy it is best to go by plane. In fact, the city airport is the third largest in Germany and has various connections to Milan and Rome. Once there, there is an excellent train service that connects the airport to the city, only about 15 km away. Alternatively, you can also consider traveling by car: Milan and Düsseldorf are about 800 kilometres away.

" GIFA is an international event, the platform where the future directions of the entire foundry industry take shape. With its participation, Italvibras confirms once again that it is one of the main players at an international level, making its know-how in the field of electric motor vibrators available to new partners and developing solutions with them that focus on innovation and environmental sustainability, thus ensuring a significant competitive advantage "


things to see and to know

The industry’s future challenges

Decarbonisation of the industry, efficiency/innovation of production processes and ecological transition are the major challenges that the entire metallurgical sector will have to face in the coming decades. In this context GIFA 2023 will deal with the development of these issues in its Forum, which will touch topics such as the application of artificial intelligence in the die casting process for predictive maintenance, efficiency improvement and energy saving and sustainable casting of aluminium in foundries.

one more thing


Capital of the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf is one of the most brilliant (as well as richest) economic and cultural areas in Germany. This translates into an environment with an international flavour but which, at the same time, knows how to offer enormous conviviality and hospitality on the part of its inhabitants. Among the flagship sectors of this reality, we cannot fail to mention the cultural industries of fashion and art.

Brewery im Füchschen
Ratinger Str. 28, 40213

A place to experience the authentic atmosphere of a traditional German brewery. At the bar or at the tables of the „Little Fox“ you can try the delicacies of the local cuisine (the roast pork shank is not to be missed) while sipping an Altbier, a type of beer originally from Düsseldorf.

The Duchy – Restaurant and Raw Bar
Königsallee 11 Entrance Heinrich-Heine-Allee 36a, 40212

A leap into Düsseldorf’s ducal era. The Duchy, a venue inspired by classic Parisian brasseries, offers a dining experience that ranges from light snacks at its Raw Bar to one-of-a-kind creations such as caviar carbonara, amberjack carpaccio and potato soup.

Hotel Ashley’s Garden
Karl-Kleppe-Str. 20, Golzheim, 40474

Located just 800 metres from the Messe Düsseldorf exhibition centre and 100 metres from the River Rhine, the Boutique Hotel Ashley’s Garden features individually decorated rooms. In addition, in the evening, the elegant restaurant serves traditional German specialties and creative international dishes.

Das Carls Hotel
Benrather Str. 7a, Carlstadt, 40213

The ideal solution for those who wish to combine business with pleasure, the Das Carls Hotel is located in the heart of the historic centre of Düsseldorf. The main points of cultural interest are within walking distance, while the nearest underground station, Benrather Straße, is approximately 300 metres from the hotel.

Stromstraße 20, 40221

The Rhine Tower, about 240 metres high, is the most recognisable landmark in Dusseldorf. Created by the architect H. Deilmann, it is located on the edge of the southern district of the city centre and allows tourists to enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Burgplatz, 40213

It is considered one of the most beautiful post-war German squares. The ancient Schlossturm (palace tower), which dominates Burgplatz, is also what remains of a Baroque castle and it houses the Schifffahrtmuseum Düsseldorf (maritime museum) in the present day.