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Employment, a major challenge for industry


To meet companies’ growth requirements, Global Industrie offers you a theme area entirely dedicated to employment, training and the attractiveness of industry jobs. Contrary to preconceived ideas, French industry is a teeming breeding ground for jobs, many of which unfortunately too often remain unfilled.


In this third edition, the Campus aims to:


  • Emphasise professional know-how

  • Reflect the wealth of career possibilities

  • Highlight the jobs available

  • Promote the professions of the future


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Global Industrie allows you to access hundreds of job offers in the sector and meet the companies which are recruiting over a period of four days. 


Services available to you: 


  • The recruitment portal*: lists several hundred job offers and also allows you to submit your CV in order to make yourself visible to potential recruiters

  • Job dating*:  allows you to meet companies with real recruitment needs on the spot in 30-minute interviews. A means for you to go beyond the CV stage and also convince people via your personality!

  • Express coaching sessions: organised by the Arts & Métiers engineering school on three themes: 

    • Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? 

    • Staying ahead and driving your career better 

    • Young graduates, get off to the right start!

  • The employment wall: allows you to submit your CVs and consult the job offers not available on our recruitment portal 


Don’t forget to bring your CV with you during your visit!



Your web and mobile application


Global Industrie is too keen to offer you an optimised show experience by providing you with appropriate tools to facilitate your visit.  Your application My Campus allows you to:


  • Access to the recruitment portal: job offers, training courses, sandwich courses, CV-bank

  • Schedule job dating appointments: directly with the recruiters

  • Access the jobs of the future in industry via the job sheets and the associated training 

  • Discover the show in a different way: via podcasts and thematic pathways 

  • Register for the express coaching sessions


Elles Bougent is a nonprofit organization founded in 2005 with the aim of inspiring young women from schools, colleges and universities to pursue careers in engineering (IT, aerospace, automotive industry, rail transport, etc.).


The initiative aims to:


  • Make young women aware of the importance of engineering in everyday life and the future of industry, and the role it plays in the energy transition and circular economy

  • Promote the wide range of engineering careers

  • Stimulate vocations

  • Encourage the participants to join the science and technology sectors by meeting and learning from female technicians and engineers in the industry.


Around fifty young women and their mentors will be at Global Industrie on March, Tuesday 31st. They will take part in a video competition based on their visit to the trade show.


 The PUXI 1 Truck by Destination Plasturgie 


Puxi 1 is a “deployable” semi-trailer type truck. The equipment inside it is used to demonstrate and teach the four plastics processing technologies:


  • ARBURG hybrid injection moulding machine

  • FORMECH thermoformer

  • MATEX VARESE extrusion line

  • RAISE 3D printer 

  • And a “Matériautech” area: presentation of Gems®, material samples to learn about the composition of polymers and their sector of application. 


Puxi 1 is also a digital experience. 


Puxi is also the name of an interactive and recreational digital innovation system inside the truck which is used to learn about the world of plastics and composites in a different way. 


Equipped with a tablet and a headset, you can immerse yourself in this world of plastics processing and composites: 


  • Digitalisation of industrial processes: discovering what goes on inside machines 

  • Design of a phone case in augmented reality 

  • Injection of the Puxi mascot by 3D simulation with possibility of adjusting the settings 

  • Video presenting eco-design, sustainable development, etc


Camion Puxi





This project is being conducted to “boost” the integration of new generations in the French industrial ecosystem by familiarising them with industrial product design methods: brainstorming, design thinking, “user push”, etc.
Its objective? 

To give them an opportunity, under the guidance of the start-up Athletics 3D, to invent a 3D laser rifle butt with a futuristic design and have it manufactured and tested during the exhibition. The specifications of the equipment were provided by the top-level biathlete Emilien Jacquelin. Three designs have been conceived, prototyped, designed and tested with end users in the space of seven months. 

We invite all amateur or professional shooters to come and admire and test the result of this work.


You will also be able to use these laser rifles on real rifle ranges!