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Author: STC
Article Date: 11.12.2014

At the STONE - stone industry fair, which will be held on November 26-29, 2014 in poznań (central Poland), the offer of both Polish and foreign exhibitors will be presented. This key event for the stone industry in Central and Eastern Europe will be an excellent opportunity to establish new business contacts. The organizer of the STONE Fair - międzynarodowe Targi Poznaęskie - took care both of a extensive programme of accompanying events, as well as facilities for visitors. Therefore, for the very first time, a Testing Zone will be established in the area of the Fair, where visitors will be able to test on their own stone working tools, stonework chemicals and tools supporting the stone workers' activity on a daily basis. For the first time as well, a specially arranged lecture hall will be also available. As part of the "STONE - Workshop for Young Designers" project, classes and workshops for students of architecture and design will be organized. The lecturers will be both Polish and foreign speakers from the area of the creative use of stone in architectural projects. The organiser pays special attention to ensure that trade fair visitors have great time at the fair and that they spend it efficiently. That is why poznań, which is located in Central Europe, is visited by professionals not only from Poland, but also from Germany, the Czech Republic, Belarus and the Kaliningrad Oblast. They are primarily the representatives of stonemasons and construction industry, but also architects, interior designers, property developers and general contractors who will be able to get acquainted with the offer of such companies as: Breton, Flex, F.S.E., Inbra, Maema, Stone Senter, Thibaut or Weha. Visiting the STONE Fair will also be an opportunity to visit other exhibitions that are close to the stone fair in terms of the thematic scope. SAKRALIA Trade Fair of Church Furnishings, Liturgical Objects and Devotional Items (26-28.11.2014) and MEMENTO Funeral Fair (28-30.11.2014) will be simultaneously held at MTP fairgrounds.