The 2016 financial data for the Italian ceramic and brick machinery industry analysed by the Acimac Research Department – MECS reveal a further improvement in productivity and profitability. This further average improvement in management indices was set against a backdrop of strong growth in turnover that was maintained for the whole of 2016 and continues today, with turnover growth accelerating further to 18% on an annual basis.
Tecnargilla offers the broadest range of goods among the exhibitions in the sector, hosting the major producers of technologies for the tiles, sanitaryware, tableware. It is no coincidence that it is held in Italy, the reference point for the world´s best ceramic and technological offerings.
The world of technology for the brick industry will be on display at Claytech 2012. Claytech 2012 is a dedicated section within the Tecnargilla 2012 exibition. Claytech 2012 continues to be an increasingly popular and prestigious section exclusively dedicated to suppliers of machinery and equipment for this sector. Claytech will be held in its usual location, halls A5-C5 of the Rimini Expo Center, and will feature a uniform, appealing exhibit scheme, all the better to highlight the many companies in this segment that will be taking part.
Over the years, Tecnargilla has become the biggest, most important international showcase of technological and stylistic innovation for the ceramics industry, offering a sneak preview of the innovative products of the future.
The technology training centers were created with the principal objective of positioning Italy within those countries in economic ascension. They not only illustrate Italy as a dependable provider of machinery, but as well as a qualified intermediator in training and project development on specification.
Italian capital goods represent the best of what's "Made in Italy" to the world market.
Advanced technologies, innovative solutions, flexibility and creativity are the pillars of strength that characterize what Italy has to offer.
ACIMAC through its promotional and training departments launched an international e-learning school called IIEA-SCHOOL in 2010. IIEA provides highly professional training courses on technical issues and themes of general interest for today's industry. Most recently the University of Ceramic Tile and Stone has been appointed its North American representative for the program.