More partners. This is another alternative that ASPACER and sincer – promoters prepared to make the event even more interesting. “We conducted a marketing event and business and seek the support of weight entities to market and sector. The visibility of the exhibiting companies will be infinitely greater, “says the commercial manager of the entity, Ana Paula Dikerts de Arruda.
The Forn & Cer 2015 will take place 16-19 June in total space of 7000 square meters, attached to headquarters Aspacer in Santa Gertrudes SP. About 60 companies of the productive chain of the ceramic industry will be exhibiting the new features in the various segments. Parallel to the Meeting, the entity performs the 6th Congress of the Ceramic Coating Industry, qualifying event and professional development through lectures. The event supporters are: City of Santa Gertrudes, Anicer, Sindicer – Goiás, Sindicer – Pernambuco, AICT – Tambaú, Sindicercon, ANFACER, Sindiceram, Anfamec, ABNT, Brazilian Association of Ceramic, Ceramic Center of Brazil, Industrial Ceramics, Magazine World Ceramic ceramics Magazine Information and Faenza.
ASPACER sought the support of associations involved directly with the ceramic industry, in order to disseminate the Forn & Cer and bring a greater number of targeted audience for the event.
The meeting, in its eighth edition, coming largely responsible for technological advance: the suppliers of products and services and ceramics industries, which have gained increasingly important markets throughout the country and abroad.
The exhibition space of the meeting has all basic infrastructure to meet exhibitors and visitors: air conditioning, free broadband internet, medical center, ample free parking and restaurant. All of these items and other important details are in the Exhibitor’s Guide, also available to visitors.
The exhibition pavilion Forn & Cer will be open to visitors from 14 to 20 hours. The meeting is closed to the public, directed only to the ceramic industry, and admission is only allowed to guests.
Sponsors Forn & Cer 2015: Imerys Ceramics, Serasa Experian and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).