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The 53rd edition is to take place in 2018

SAIE 2016


“The conclusion of SAIE 2016 offered some extremely positive signs: an increase in the numbers of companies and operators,” explained Antonio Bruzzone, Director General of BolognaFiere, “and fundamentally, an important contribution from the sector’s protagonists, who came together to discuss the recovery of the sector and the strategies to adopt in order to ensure that the positive signs in the market go on to become a driving force for a new season for construction. The announcement of the two yearly programme of the event,” continued Bruzzone, “was welcomed with great enthusiasm by the exhibitors who, for some years, have highlighted the necessity to align with the other leading fairs in the construction sector. SAIE will have an exhibition concept articulated into pathways that lead the visitor through current and future markets in the world of construction, the event will be a place for debate and growth towards a new industry and new professions, SAIE playing a lead role in a new culture of industrialization, between digital and circular.”

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