Companies bet on the beauty of marbles, granites and quartzites during the event, which takes place until Friday (30), at the Carlos Caiado Barbosa Exhibition Park
Natural, translucent, resistant and differentiated materials are beautifying the stands of Cachoeiro Stone Fair 2019. In 30th anniversary edition, the fair is taking place at Carlos Caiado Barbosa Exhibition Park, in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, with the presence of more than 180 exhibitors and expecting to receive 16 thousand visitors until Friday (30).
Through the halls of the event, it is possible to see materials as an exclusive quartzite of the company Cajugram. The material is so new in the market that it has no name yet and the expectation of the commercial department is to baptize it during the fair. In addition, the company also bets on its Stonelux, quartzite line with more than 10 different materials.
Who also bets on 100% natural quartzite to delight the visitors of the fair is Margramar. Crytus is a new material, which is being officially launched at Cachoeiro Stone Fair, but will also beautify one of the environments of Casa Cor Belo Horizonte in the coming weeks. Also featured on the company’s stand is the Zurich quartzite, 100% translucent, super rare and from its own quarry.
Another company with exclusive release for Cachoeiro Stone Fair is Maqstone, which features Luísa Blue – a translucent dolomite marble. According to Vania Paixão, from the company’s commercial department, the main objective of participating in the fair is to win more and more customers in the domestic market and strengthen the brand here.
Debuting at the fair in a year of commemorative edition, Oza Rochas do Brasil is presenting firsthand the exotic granites Nybirus and Kors White, the black granite Saint Helena and the quartzite White Silk. “Our first participation comes at an opportune moment, as the company’s materials line is being formed and today, we have a solid material that meets the market we need, which is the internal public”, says Jean Fiorini, Oza’s commercial director.
The marbles are on display at Programar Group booth. Among the materials on display are Chandon, Himalaya and Polaris – all from their own quarry. In addition, Saturn is also delighting visitors and has even been exported to works in the United States. “The movement on the first day of the fair was surprising and we have great expectations”, says Jurandir Scandian, responsible for domestic sales.