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Author Fortis, Marco, author.

Title The automatic packaging machinery sector in Italy and Germany / Marco Fortis, Monica Carminati.

Published Cham : Springer, [2015]
©2015

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Physical description 1 online resource (vi, 55 pages) : maps (some color).
Series Springer briefs in business
SpringerBriefs in business.
Springer English/International eBooks 2015 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1 Introduction; References; 2 Structure and Methodology; Abstract ; 3 Mechanical Engineering in Bologna: Origins and Protagonists. Some Historical Profiles; Abstract ; 3.1 From the Origins to the Second World War; 3.2 The 50℗ Years Following the War and the Economic Miracle; References; 4 The Emilia Automatic Packaging Machinery District: History and Keys to Success; Abstract ; 4.1 Origins of the District; 4.2 The District's Evolution; 4.3 Factors for the District's Success; References; 5 Italy and Germany: The Two Leading Countries in the Packaging Machinery Industry; Abstract.
5.1 Exports and the Trade Balance of Italy and Germany According to Eurostat Data: 2008-20125.2 UN Data on Italian and German Exports: 2000-2011; 5.2.1 Analysis by Segment; 5.3 Italy and Germany: The Dominating Forces of the World Market; 5.3.1 Geographical Breakdown of Exports; 5.3.2 Main Export Destinations; 5.3.3 Territorial Concentration; References; 6 The Size of the Emilia Packaging Machinery District; Abstract ; References; 7 The Size of the German Packaging Machinery District; Abstract ; 7.1 The Main Areas of German Manufacturing in Automatic Wrapping and Packaging Machines.
7.1.1 The Ivo Mossig Study7.1.2 The Fondazione Edison Study; 7.2 How Big Are the Two Adjoining Districts of Schw©Þbisch Hall and Waiblingen? Difficult to Say!; References; 8 Emilia and Schw©Þbisch Hall-Waiblingen: The Two Districts Compared; Abstract ; References.
Summary This book analyzes the wrapping and packaging machinery sector in the Emilia/Bologna district in Italy and compares the most recent trends with those in the industry in Schwäbisch Hall and Waiblingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, which represents a direct rival. In a detailed and original study, the authors trace the evolution of manufacturing in Bologna during a period that witnessed extraordinary growth in automatic wrapping and packaging machines, leading the sector to become a central pillar of Italian mechanical engineering. Similarly, the history of the industry in the Emilia district is described, highlighting the factors that led to its success. A comprehensive comparative analysis of the German and Italian sectors is then performed. Export figures and the trade balance for the sector are examined based on Eurostat data, and the significance of the two districts in terms of global trade is identified with reference to UN data. In addition, the number of companies, sales, and the size of the workforces are thoroughly compared. The book will be of interest to economists and others with an interest in the development and importance of the automatic packaging machinery sector.
Other author Carminati, Monica, author.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Packaging machinery industry -- Italy.
Packaging machinery industry -- Germany.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319127637
3319127632
3319127624
9783319127620
9783319127620
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-12763-7