- More than 70 leading international suppliers will be showcasing their latest products at “Cevisama Tech” at Feria Valencia from 7th to 11th February
The upcoming edition of Cevisama is poised to be a grand reunion for the industry and will include some notable new features. One of the most significant is “Cevisama Tech”, a dedicated exhibition of the very latest technology and innovations designed specifically for the ceramic tile industry and associated sectors. The new technology-centric zone will be located in halls 3 and 4 on level 3 at Feria Valencia and has already inspired great expectation amongst the sector.
Thus far, the initiative has seen more than 70 top companies sign up to take part, covering the ceramic tile industry’s entire value chain. More specifically, these are some of the world’s foremost suppliers of technology and innovation in the fields of tile manufacturing machinery, frits, glazes and colours for ceramic tiles, as well as other, associated sectors, all of which are contributing novel solutions for décor, interior design and construction.
“The main aim of Cevisama’s new technology zone is to give visibility to and promote the technological advances the foremost companies in the ceramic tile sector’s ancillary industries have been investing in over the past few years. It means all professionals coming to the fair will be able to visit the leading companies in just one place and see what they are producing with R,D+I. This should make Cevisama a much more attractive meeting point, definitely a must-attend event for all professionals,” explains Cevisama director Carmen Álvarez, adding that “our goal is to establish Cevisama Tech as a firm fixture and enhance its offering year on year”.
Cevisama 2022 continues to put the finishing touches to its upcoming edition, which takes place from 7th to 11th February 2022 at Feria Valencia and is set to be a grand reunion for the industry and the best route back to market following the hiatus imposed by the pandemic. The organisers have already received confirmation of attendance from buyers from all over the world, whilst the commercial offering will occupy a total of eight halls. The fair will run in compliance with all measures necessary to ensure exhibitors’ and visitors’ safety.