Cersaie is the largest international showcase for the ceramics sector and Bath, welcoming the distribution professionals, architects and interior designers, exhibition companies and large construction companies from five continents.
In the exhibition area exhibitors are the following sectors: ceramic tiles, faucets, furniture and other bath components, raw materials and components for ceramic products, components and materials for exhibition of ceramic products.

Cersaie was created on 1/24/1979 with the purpose of organizing and implementing services and initiatives informative, cultural, artistic, scientific, social and economic covering all publishing, but with a specific focus on the ceramics industry and industrial and commercial companies ceramics. also has the function to organize promotional activities for ceramic companies and sectors of ceramics and related, including the organization and management - either directly or through third parties - exhibitions and events in Italy and abroad and campaigns advertising affected in italy and abroad, as well as visits, seminars, market research and similar activities.
The object of the company also includes the purchase, sale and property management. edi.cer. It is controlled by the national trade association Confindustria ceramic, which brings together and represents the Italian manufacturers of ceramic tiles, refractories, health, household materials and ornamental porcelain and ceramics, industrial ceramics and porcelain and stoneware. edi.cer. in turn controls the American company exposure in the world of ceramics and bathroom furniture, inc., which participates in the joint venture responsible for organizing covers annual exhibitions, the most important exhibition of ceramic tile and natural stone on the continent American. although initially it focused almost exclusively on the publication, since 1983 edi.cer. It has also organized the cersaie exhibition - international exhibition of ceramic tiles and bathroom equipment, held annually at the fairgrounds in Bologna.

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