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WorldBuild Awards: best new products of the year
WorldBuild Awards: best new products of the year

The WorldBuild Awards is an international competition which aims to honour the best new products and services and boost public awareness of products and solutions that further develop the build and interiors industry.

WorldBuild Awards opens new season. Submit your entry today!
WorldBuild Awards opens new season. Submit your entry today!

As part of MosBuild, the biggest exhibition of building and finishing materials, with the support of the business platform WorldBuild365 dedicated to construction, HVAC, architecture and interior design, is starting again its international competition WorldBuild Awards.

The best ceramics will be on show at MosBuild's jubilee exhibition
The best ceramics will be on show at MosBuild's jubilee exhibition

The brands Italon, Atlas Concorde, FAP Ceramiche will be on display at MosBuild, the international exhibition of building and finishing materials, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2019.

For the attention of all ceramic tiles producers: ACIMAC joins MosBuild
For the attention of all ceramic tiles producers: ACIMAC joins MosBuild

ACIMAC, the Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for the Ceramic Industry, will showcase the biggest exhibition of building and finishing materials in Eastern Europe at the jubilee exhibition of MosBuild 2019.

25 years of KazBuild: anniversary exhibition is a resounding success
25 years of KazBuild: anniversary exhibition is a resounding success

The Kazakhstan International Building & Interiors Exhibition - KazBuild - was bound to be successful. Held in Almaty from 4-6 September 2018, the exhibition occupied four pavilions of the Atakent exhibition complex and was split accordingly into four sections: construction, interiors, windows and profiles, ceramics and stone.

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