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All Set for Ecomondo 2017

Mini-Cam’s products will once again be showcased at the Ecomondo green technologies expo, which takes place in Italy this month. Following its success at last year’s Ecomondo, Mini-Cam’s Italian dealer Nuova Contec will once again have a presence at the event, which will be staged in Rimini from November 7-10.

Ecomondo 2016 attracted 1,200 exhibitors and more than 100,000 visitors, making it the most important show of its kind in the Mediterranean region. The event draws visitors from a range of sectors, including water and wastewater, energy, smart cities and bio-based industries.

Giovanni and Luigi Gabelli, the joint managing directors of Mini-Cam’s Italian dealer Nuova Contec, will be at Ecomondo along with company colleagues and Mini-Cam’s international sales manager Sven Breitenfeld. The stand will showcase Mini-Cam’s range of crawler and push camera systems and accessories, which are used worldwide during underground inspections. Among the products on display will be the latest additions to Mini-Cam’s range, launched as the company has stepped up its focus on innovative technology to improve productivity and quality in underground inspections. These include the new CRP140 Crawler, Bluetooth-enabled cable reel remote control, Proteus Crawler cradle, crawler camera extender, camera elevation platform and an upgraded version of the reporting software system designed by Mini-Cam’s in-house team.

Above: Nuova Contec’s stand at last year’s Ecomondo expo

Sven said: “Ecomondo is the largest and most important show of its kind in Italy and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand as we build on the success of our presence at last year’s event.“

Sven added: Mini-Cam is well represented by a growing dealer network across the Mediterranean region, including Nuova Contec in Italy, and I am excited to be supporting the team at the event. We will be on stand 030 in exhibition hall C4 and look forward to meeting new and existing contacts there.”

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