721 companies from the ceramic sector, including 511 Spanish companies and 210 foreign brands from a total of 38 countries, will be gathering at Feria Valencia from 20 to 24th February 2017.
Italian Exhibition Group becomes the largest management company in Italy in terms of the number of directly organised events, with a portfolio of 61 exhibitions in major Italian production sectors as well as 160 events and congresses.
The main paint manufacturers and producers of raw materials present in the Tecnargilla’s Kromatech section showed satisfaction for the results of the fair and its success.
The four-day event attracted a total passenger flow of 48,526 from home and abroad. International visitors accounted for a steady 10.6% of the total, almost same with the last session.
The 28th CeramBath comes in time and will be grandly held on October 18th-21st, 2016. All the preparation work has been drawing to a close.
This year, the competing companies had to tackle the theme of "Light and Shadow".
More than 450 professionals packed the rooms of the Rimini trade fair district to follow one of the most highly discussed technological innovation issues in the ceramics sector.
The world’s most important ceramic and brick industry supplies exhibition ends its twenty-fifth edition with 4% visitor growth and confirms its position as the exhibition with the most international visitors.
Attendance at Cersaie 2016 totals 106,599 over five days. Numbers of international visitors exceed 50,000 for the first time.
Once again this year Tecnargilla pays tribute to outstanding ideas and innovative projects capable of expanding the fields of application of ceramic materials.
On September 27th at 2.30 pm, Tecnargilla will host the 8th Acimac Annual Meeting on Digital Decoration Technologies for Ceramic Tiles, which will provide an overview of the latest innovations offered in the field of digital decoration.
On the occasion of Tecnargilla’s 25th edition, the students of the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan will present the innovative ‘Smart Mobility’ and ‘Future Retail’ projects adopting ceramic materials.