October 18 through 21, 2012, in Bologna

Saie 2012: Italy‘s traditional building exhibition holding its own

From October 18 through 21, 2012, for the 48th time running, Saie will be taking place in Bologna. Last year, Saie attracted 1 044 exhibitors and 85 000 trade visitors, including 5 000 from outside of Italy.

Saie, as one of Italy‘s most traditional construction fairs, is successfully holding its own in today‘s difficult economic environment. While the number of exhibitors and visitors has declined, Saie‘s 2011 exhibitors were very much satisfied with all the top-grade business contacts they made.

As usual, LaterSaie (heavy clay and natural stone) will be one of the main attractions at Saie.


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