This is how our visit to the new edition of Marmomac went.
One more year, it took place the world’s most iconic natural stone fair: Marmomac. Therefore, Marcelino Group flew to Verona once again, where all companies in the stone sector come together to understand the evolution and observe the most up-to-date trends in their environment.
Last year the fair presented a dual-modality, this one was no different. On the one hand, the classic on-site format that we all know, and on the other hand, Marmomac, the online version of Marmomac where companies have the opportunity to share their products all year round.
Marmomac PLUS is not just a granite, marble, and other natural stone products showcase, but also machinery and different technologies for stone, chemicals, and abrasives. In other words, Marmomac PLUS, opens up a virtual hub for companies that allows us to cover the entire value chain, the whole process from the quarry to the finished product.
In this edition, we have been able to see different and new designs, textures, shapes, and coatings. Although it is a very traditional industry, creativity and innovation are a pleasant surprise this year at Marmomac!
Every year, we travel to Verona with the illusion of seeing our friends in the sector at Marmomac where, in addition to presenting our products or expanding our customer portfolio, we have also considered that it is a great opportunity to see our buyers, building links and consolidate relationships with them.
One of the most remarkable details from this edition of Marmomac comes from one of those customers that we consider a good friend. Talking among ourselves, he recognizes that one of the main reasons for attending the fair in this edition was to be able to share a moment with us, a moment that, otherwise, would be very difficult, if not impossible, because we live in different countries.
Closing this blog on an emotional note, at Marmomac there is always a lot of stone, but we have melted it with a lot of smiles and the joy of getting back together after a couple of difficult years.