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Tecnargilla Announces New Claytech Section for 2004

November 24, 2003
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The 19th Tecnargilla, a leading exhibition of technologies and supplies for the ceramic and brick industries, will be held in Rimini, Italy, October 1-5, 2004. The event is organized by Rimini Fiera in cooperation with Acimac (Italian Ceramic Plant and Machinery Manufacturers' Association). To enhance the show's ability to showcase a full range of offerings and appeal to a broader public, a major new section called Claytech will be launched at Tecnargilla 2004. Claytech: Technology, Research and Innovation for the Brick and Tile Industry will draw together companies offering technological solutions for brick and roof tile production. The section will be held in a single exhibition area, which will be clearly identified by customized exhibits, graphic designs and colors reflecting a new logo. It will also feature events such as conferences, seminars and displays specifically designed to attract the interest of visitors and exhibitors.

For additional information, call (39) 5410744513, fax (39) 541-744243, e-mail g.degirolamo@fierarimini.it or visit http://www.tecnargilla.it .

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