EU Industry Days 2022
The coming 8-11 February, the European Commission will host its 2022 edition of EU Industry Days, its flagship event for industry.
The 2022 edition aims to stimulate discussions across industrial ecosystems on their way to their green and digital transition. The programme will take place as a hybrid event between 8-11 February 2022, with all plenary sessions scheduled on Thursday, 10 February 2022.
As in the previous years, Orgalim partners with this important event, joining the main policy programme as follows:
EU Industry investing in the green, digital and resilient economy, Plenary
10 February 2022, 13:15-14:15
This session brings together important industrial stakeholders, EU policymakers, investors and economists to zoom in on opportunities, enablers and challenges of an ongoing transformational change of the EU industry. It will shed light on a business case - new partnership models and investment opportunities to accelerate the twin transition towards a green, digital and resilient economy.
Task Force 5 - Advanced Manufacturing, Panel debate
9 February 2022, 11:30-12:30
Europe is a world leader when it comes to advanced manufacturing (AM), providing the tools for other sectors to produce and deliver products to their customers. This also includes helping them with their digital and green transformations. To maintain this leadership, Europe needs to value, invest and enable its further growth. In the context of the Industrial Forum, a dedicated discussion is taking place on putting forward such use cases, discuss the challenges and opportunities and help industries and policy makers to take the right actions.
With this session, we aim to have an interactive debate between speakers representing parts of the AM industry to discuss:
Why AM is crucial for Europe’s wider economy,
Give examples of steps taken by companies to adopt and integrate new technology in t production chain processes
Necessary improvements to increase the deployment of advanced manufacturing technologies
How to get engaged in the Industrial Forum discussion on AM
Data-driven green transition, Panel debate
11 February 2022, 13:30-14:30
Disrupting current ways of doing business is necessary to cut emissions substantially and to increase the GHG handprint of European industries. Data sharing and collaboration within value chains and cross-ecosystems open new business opportunities, enhance circular economy and resilience. The session shares concrete examples and practices of how industries and businesses of varying size co-create low carbon and circular business models and solutions by deploying data and going digital. This session is organised with Technology Industries of Finland.