Italian ceramic technology to be showcased in São Paulo and Jakarta

Modena, 6th March 2017

ACIMAC

The Italian ceramic machinery industry continues its world tour with visits to Brazil and Indonesia.

Brazil and Indonesia are the next two international destinations for the Italian ceramic and brick machinery manufacturers. Coordinated by Acimac (Italian Ceramic Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers’ Association), Italian companies will be hosted in country pavilions in the international exhibitions Expo Revestir in São Paulo (Brazil) and Keramika in Jakarta (Indonesia).

Following the launch of the international exhibition tour that began with Indian Ceramics, Acimac is off to South America to take part in Expo Revestir (7-10 March), the major Brazilian exhibition of sanitaryware, ceramic tiles and finishings. This year’s show, the fifteenth edition, will see the participation of Air Power Group, BMR, ICF & Welko, JFD Group, LB Officine Meccaniche, Sacmi, Surfaces Technological Abrasives, Tecnoferrari and Solar Turbines.

The Italian presence in Brazil will also include a lounge sponsored by Tecnargilla to promote networking between customers and exhibitors.

The companies due to exhibit at Keramika from 16 to 19 March are BMR, Luna Abrasivi, Mectiles Italia, Poppi Clementino Spa and Turbomach srl. The Italian pavilion will also be sponsored by the Italian Trade Agency ICE.

Keramika is the Asian ceramic industry exhibition that hosts the largest number of ceramic manufacturers, putting them in contact with one of the world’s largest ceramic tile consumer markets, Indonesia.

Following these events, the next stops in the promotional programme coordinated by Acimac will be Batimat (Russia), Ceramics China (China), Forn & Cer (Brazil), Cerafair (Iran) and Asean Ceramics (Thailand).

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