Tecnargilla 2014: 80% of exhibition spaces already taken

Tecnargilla, international trade fair for applied technologies in the ceramics and heavy clay industries, has reported that 80% of the exhibition spaces occupied at the last event, held in 2012, have already been confirmed by the exhibitor companies. There is also a rise in the number of exhibitors who are taking part at Tecnargilla for the first time or returning to Rimini after missing a few events.

A preliminary list of exhibitors at the event is available at www.tecnargilla.it.

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