Sicam 2021 at the starting line

Sicam 2021
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Sicam 2021 will open on Tuesday 12, to close on Friday 15 October, at the Pordenone Exhibition Center, an international exhibition specializing in components, semi-finished products and accessories for the furniture industry.
At the twelfth edition of the event, over 540 exhibiting companies from 28 countries will be presenting the latest in terms of design, technologies, materials and solutions.
A showcase that sees many reconfirmations and also several new names, with the return of important realities in the world of surfaces. The presence of the ceramic, taps and stone materials sectors is also growing.

After about two years of waiting, Sicam 2021 is among the first international fairs for accessories and components to be held in attendance, with online registration and Green Pass required.
“In the last 18 months – recalled Carlo Giobbi, founder and patron of the event – we have maintained constant and direct contact with our exhibitors, to build this” recovery fair “with them and give space to the desire to return to normal soon. . With them we gave the term “fair” the only meaning that it can and must have: the direct encounter between people “.

Sicam 2021 arrivals from all over Europe are expected

At the 2021 edition of the fair, 72% of the companies present are Italian, while 28% come from foreign countries. In particular, there are 53 German companies, 22 from Spain and 16 from Turkey, followed by Austria, Greece and Poland.
Professionals and buyers from all over the world are expected to visit: in the last edition held in October 2019, they arrived, representing over eight thousand companies, from 104 different countries of the five continents.
The limitations to travel and the reduced possibilities of air connections will predictably lead to a relative downsizing of these numbers. However, expectations remain for participations which, due to their quality and quantity, will reconfirm Sicam 2021 in its positioning of excellence in the international trade fair field.