This past 7th June marked the seventh edition of CavaExpoTech, the annual discussion event on topics relevant to the mining and quarrying sector.
Entitled ‘The Future of Mining: Innovation, Digitalization and Sustainability’, it was attended by three TESYA Group companies: XIBER Energy Solutions, CGT and CGT Trucks.
This edition’s theme is highly topical and unites public authorities, mining companies and those who supply them with tools and services in the search for new solutions. Indeed, the ongoing quest for new solutions is what characterises the growth path of the TESYA Group and its companies, which have always positioned themselves as partners working side by side with customers to support them on their journey towards sustainability through state-of-the-art technologies and innovative solution systems.
Thanks to rapid technological developments, the mining sector is able count on machines and solutions that provide energy savings and efficiency, improving production and the competitiveness of its companies, while also safeguarding the environment.
In terms of energy transition, in fact, there are now many solutions for deploying energy sources, as well as existing financial facilitation instruments and various certification systems that enable companies to accurately measure their environmental and sustainability achievements. These were the topics discussed during the round tables, in which the TESYA Group companies took part, bearing witness to best practice, not only through products but increasingly as ‘solution systems’ and always with an eye to the future.
As usual, the event was conducted ‘live’ in a mining area, hosted by Vezzola Spa, one of the most prominent companies in Lombardy, both from an industrial point of view (aggregates, concrete, asphalt, road works) and for the quality of its operations in the field of environmental redevelopment. It was attended by around 350 professionals, including entrepreneurs, technicians, administrators, consultants and 40 companies from ANEPLA’s ‘Goods and Services’ section.