The SMARTFLEX system for the transport of fuels and dangerous fluids was successfully showcased at UNITI Expo 2018 which was held in Stuttgart from 15 to 17 May. The highlights were the expansion of the pipe and fitting range and the new SMARTFLEX BIM Library. In the world of installations, integrated design through three-dimensional software is now indispensable for the designer, the work manager and the installer. A methodology that allows to manage, organize and monitor all phases of the project, ensuring the ability to control both constructive technology and interdisciplinary co-ordination and the flow of information is now indispensable. BIM stands for Building Information Modeling, a computable representation of the functional features of a building that arises from the need to fully manage the building process, from the construction drawing to the lifelong lifecycle management. This objective is achieved by using architectural, structural and installation modeling platforms that can describe and structure buildings with representations that go beyond the three standard dimensions but also cover the dimensions of the construction work time and cost and the size of maintenance processes to best manage the building itself. UNITI Expo, in its third edition, is the new exhibition dedicated to the transport and distribution of commercial fuels. This year a total of 467 exhibitors coming from 37 countries parrticipated, together with more than 17,000 attendees from 120 countries on a 40,000 square meter exhibition space. The quality of visitors was very high. With approximately 40% of international visitors from 6 continents and exhibitors from 37 countries, UNITI expo has become the world's most international trade fair of the industry, covering all relevant sectors of modern petrol stations.