Oil&nonOil Verona 2020: attendance list getting longer by the day

 In EXHIBITION, Oil&nonOil 2020 Verona

As the 15th edition of the event, scheduled 21-23 October, draws closer, Veronafiere has strengthened prevention measures for the first attended exhibition organised after the lockdown while more companies are still joining the list of exhibitors

These include B&G Gas, a specialist in the production of tanks for petroleum and related sectors. The Cesena-based company builds (even for customised projects) double and single wall tanks, mobile dispensing tanks type-approved for outdoor use for fuels, LPG and water storage. On-site factory equipment includes painting and sandblasting booths designed to perform a variety of treatments to meet specific requirements. Products are delivered throughout Italy by the company’s own vehicles or third-party hauliers equipped with cranes for unloading to ground.

Change Italia based in Canneto Pavese (Pavia), on the other hand, operates in gaming, vending and industrial sectors. Its offering essentially involves systems and components for handling money (cash and cashless), industrial monitors, touch screens, bar code readers and thermal printers. The company is a supply partner for many multinational distribution companies with its range of products including card read-write and dispenser systems; banknote readers, recyclers and dispensers; as well as modules for specific payments in vending machines.

Costantin markets and distributes liquid and gaseous petroleum products; it builds and manages service stations; designs and installs LPG tanks for civil and industrial plant systems. Its service station network currently includes almost 90 outlets. The wholesale diesel branch handles marketing and distribution of diesel fuel in agricultural, automotive and heating sectors. The company was founded in 1967 in Santa Margherita d’Adige (Padua) and mainly operates in the Triveneto area north-east Italy), but also serves certain areas in Lombardy and Emilia Romagna.

Edison Energia is the Edison Group company operating specifically in the sale of electricity and natural gas to end consumers. The offering of electricity and gas is flanked by a broad range of services targeting families, professionals and companies. For example, it offers solutions for system maintenance and a “smart” home to residential customers, while the range for business customers includes consultancy and technical assistance for emergency intervention, air conditioning and eco-sustainable energy autonomy. Edison has its headquarters are in Milan and sales outlets throughout Italy.

Emiliana Serbatoi is based in Campogalliano (Modena) and boasts history going back 35 years in the production of tanks and systems for storage, transport and distribution of fuel, as well as refuelling control and management systems. The catalogue includes tanks for transport, dispensers and underground systems, tanks for solutions based on urea and AdBlue additives and water. An eco-friendly line is also available. This range is also backed up by technical assistance and after-sales services, including regular checks of mobile tanks (GIR) pursuant to ADR regulations for the transport of dangerous goods.

Another new entry is Righetto Serbatoio based in Altavilla Vicentina (Vicenza). the company was founded in 1988 and has operated in the tank, silo, decantation systems and metal structure work sectors in general for more than thirty years. Its range includes outdoor, mobile, aviation, underground, waste oil and AdBlue tanks. The company also produces integrated indoor and outdoor fire-fighting systems complete with all necessary features (technical compartment, pumping unit and water reserve). Last but not least, it offers transport, installation and maintenance services.

Snam4Mobility is the 100% subsidiary of Snam – one of the main energy infrastructure companies in the world. Its mission is to promote expansion of the natural gas distribution network for transport all over Italy through direct investments, support for other operators and the development of technologies and know-how. The company based in San Donato Milanese (Milan) aims to set up 150 new natural gas distributors (compressed and liquefied) to make this “smart” (low cost) and “green” (lower pollution emissions) fuel more widely available for use in cars, buses, trucks and potentially even ships and trains.

Other companies that have already signed up include Adv Spazio, Agla Elettronica, Alkom Autocisterne (Tankers), AmSpec Italy, Assytech, Bernardini (BRN), Brin Company, CashPos, Centro Stampa e Media, Co.Me.Ca., Cubogas, Emme Informatica, Emme Retail, Endelbyte, Fornovo Gas, Fortech, Gavio Group with G&A, iOne Solutions, OMT and PCA, Ham Italy, I Bilanciai, Icad Sistemi, IMA Servizi, Isoil Impianti, Maser, Metalscreen, Motorsistem, MyLiteLed, Normec, Piusi, Rivista Italiana Petrolio, Sacim, Safe, Sapio, Schermolux Illuminotecnica, Serbatoi Cemin Eurotank, Sialtech, Silea Liquid Transfer, Sol, Tecnocryo, Tecnogas, Transadriatico, Union Gas Metano, Vanzetti Engineering, Visual and Walter Tosto which have been profiled in previous articles (see all here).