DUCATI museum & factory tour

June 30, 2017 · 10.00 – 13.00 (AM)
Price per person: 30,00 Euro · To book on ConfTool registration form
Maximum 50 participants
Meeting Point: Largo Garibaldi - Modena, h. 9.30 (AM)
The tour will be a journey through the legendary 90-year history of the Ducati Company, renowned across the world for its style, performance and the search for perfection. It includes the visit of the Museum, which has been fully renovated in 2016 for the 90th anniversary of the company, and the Borgo Panigale Factory. The museum allows to discover the Ducati bikes history and personalities, while the factory permits to see how today's Ducati bikes come into being and offers the opportunity to experience a moment of company life, along with the men and women who work in Borgo Panigale every day. During the visit, you can witness the various manufacturing and engine assembly phases, the vehicle assembly lines, testing procedures and even find out where the legendary Race Department is located, within the factory itself.


LAMBORGHINI museum & factory tour

June 30, 2017 · 9.30 (AM) – 4.00 (PM)
Price per person: 50,00 Euro · To book on ConfTool registration form
Maximum 30 participants
Meeting Point: Largo Garibaldi - Modena, h. 9.00 (AM)
The tour includes a visit to a Balsamic Vinegar farm “Acetaia Bonini”, the lunch and the visit to the Lamborghini’s museum and factory.
The day starts with the guided tour of the production of Aceto Balsamico, a tasting of different kinds of vinegar and a light lunch at the vinegar farm, with the following menu:
- seasonal fingerfood,
- "Paccheri di Gragnano" with tomatoes, organic olives and capers,
- roastbeef with balsamic vinegar souce and fresh vegetables.
The visit at Lamborghini is more than a tour; it is a living experience among cars and technology. Cars ranges from the early successes (350 GT and Miura), to the key models from then to now, until the racing cars, including Formula 1. Technology embraces the main stages of product development (4x4, aluminium, carbon fibre), the Lamborghini engines, and the invention of the SUV and the next URUS. The visit includes also the tour of the production lines: an experience among skilful craftsmanship and advanced technology, from the step-by-step assembly, the sophisticated chassis and the carbon fibre bodywork, the powerful engine, gearbox, transmission, suspension and brakes, until the luxury interiors.


IMA factory tour

June 30, 2017 · 9.30 – 12.00 (AM)
Price per person: 20,00 Euro · To book on ConfTool registration form
Maximum 30 participants
Meeting Point: Largo Garibaldi - Modena, h. 8.30 (AM)
IMA is a world leader Company in the design and manufacture of automatic machines for the processing and packaging of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food, tea and coffee, with 38 manufacturing sites in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain, UK, USA, India, Malaysia, China, Argentina. IMA's philosophy is based on continuous research and innovation. Its position of leadership is the result of significant investment in R&D, regular and constructive dialogue with the end users in its sectors and the Group's ability to expand internationally, conquering new markets. The IMA Group owns more than 1,400 patents and patent applications in the world and has launched many new machine models over the last years. Over 500 of its 5,000 workforce are designers committed to product innovation. The IMA factory tour is a high-end technological experience among the most advanced IMA machine equipment for processing and packaging.



SIR factory tour

SIR is an Italian Company that designs and creates tailor-made robotic applications and solutions that respond to the customer’s manufacturing needs, transforming them into an automated system that will satisfy technical and economic criteria, deliver quality and flexibility, cut times and ensure a return on the investment. The SIR experience, now reaching back over thirty years, covers all requirements, from the most traditional unit to the most innovative, complex technological lines. The SIR horizons sweep from aeronautics to the automotive industry, from foundries to electromechanical engineering, and from foods and beverages to ceramics. Starting from a blank sheet of paper, the SIR Engineering Department conceives the best possible solution in widely varying contexts, from assembly to handling and from processes to palletisation. Customisation and high efficiency are the main skills of the Company. The SIR factory tour is one of the most effective, complete overview to what you can have about robotic solutions. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to see different kinds of applications built for diametrically opposed industries, with different functional purposes, succeed each other week by week, thanks to our rapid turnover.

PAGANI factory tour

June 30, 2017 · 9.30 – 11.00 (AM)
Price per person: 20,00 Euro · To book on ConfTool registration form
Maximum 30 participants
Meeting Point: Largo Garibaldi - Modena, h. 9.00 (AM)
Pagani is an Italian manufacturer of supercars and carbon fibre cars. The company was founded in 1992 by the Argentinian Horacio Pagani, when the first prototype was constructed and tested. In 1994, Mercedes-Benz agreed to supply Pagani with V12 engines. Pagani's first car model, the Zonda, is propelled by mid-mounted V-12 DOHC engines manufactured by Mercedes-Benz's AMG division. The car's design was inspired by jet fighters and the famous Sauber-Mercedes Silver Arrow Group C cars, and features several unique design elements, including its circular four pipe exhaust. While it is an independent company, Pagani has a working relationship with Daimler AG, most notably with its Mercedes-AMG subsidiary. The PAGANI factory tour is a special visit at the so-called “Atelier”, near Modena, where you can discover the Pagani history and to see its best carbon fibre models.



Meeting Point: 
Largo Garibaldi - Modena, in front of Storchi Theater (see the map below)





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