Foshan Uniceramics Expo

Asia’s largest ceramic industry exhibition will be held in Foshan from 18 to 22 April, with five halls devoted to ceramic products and five to manufacturing technologies.

Foshan Uniceramics Expo, the largest ceramic exhibition in Asia, will be held from 18 to 22 April 2024 at the Foshan Tanzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Foshan, China.

For the first time ever, this year’s exhibition will feature both a Product Expo and a Technology Expo, showcasing the latest in ceramic products, design, production processes, equipment, materials and machinery.

The exhibition will host 1,200 exhibiting companies in 10 halls with a total floor space of 120,000 sqm. Five halls (1 to 5) will be devoted to ceramic products (tiles, slabs, porcelain stoneware flooring, mosaics and new materials). Many of the top Chinese ceramic tile producers will be present, including Marco Polo, New Pearl, Hongyu Ceramics and Mona Lisa, alongside well-known international brands such as the Italian firms Marazzi, Ragno, Gardenia Orchidea and Flaviker, the Malaysian company Niro Granite and the Japanese producer Icot-Ryowa.

The remaining five halls (6 to 10) will host the Technology Expo showcasing all types of machinery, raw materials, colours and glazes, with a special focus on slab production, inkjet printing and intelligent storage, sorting, packaging and handling systems.

Alongside the Chinese exhibitors, the Technology Expo will also host a number of leading companies from Italy, Spain, Germany, the USA, Switzerland and other countries. The Italian group will be the largest contingent, consisting of Air Power, Fabbrica del Sale, Inkside, Keran, Nitida, Poppi Clementino, Sacmi, Sicer, SITI B&T, Smaltochimica, System Ceramics, Tecnoferrari and Tecnografica. Other international brands will include EFI, IKT, Kerajet, KGK, KGS, Siemens and Zschimmer & Schwarz.

The constantly updated exhibitor list can be found at

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