SAIE 2012

Italy‘s well-established building exhibition endures

The 48th edition of SAIE will take place in Bologna from October 18 to 20, 2012. Last year, 1,044 exhibitors attended the show and 85,000 visitors were registered including 5,000 guests coming from abroad. SAIE is Italy’s building exhibition with the longest tradition that successfully endures in a difficult economic environment. Although the number of exhibitors and visitors dropped, the exhibitors of SAIE 2011 were very satisfied with the high quality of the business contacts.

The main topics of SAIE 2012 will be: Saiecantiere & Production (tools, fastening systems, accident prevention,...

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