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Excellent results following Garnica’s debut at BAU trade fair in Munich

Most important European trade fair for construction materials smashes attendance records this year

Fecha de publicación: 25/01/2019
Excellent results following Garnica’s debut at BAU trade fair in Munich
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Garnica attended the BAU trade fair in Munich between 14 and 19 January as an exhibitor for the first time. This is the most important event in Europe for architecture and construction materials. The trade fair smashed all its records this year: 200,000 square metres of exhibition space; 2,250 exhibitors from 45 countries (2,120 last year); and 250,000 visitors from over 150 countries, of whom 85,000 were from outside Germany.

Garnica had an innovative space made entirely from its own panels, perfect for showcasing its most outstanding products.

The stand displayed plywood products from the Fireshield range (a fireproof panel of exceptional performance); HPL high pressure laminate finish and the UV varnish finish, both of which are perfect for decorative applications and furniture; as well as the ultralight panel made from premium plywood with an XPS core.

The panels in the product line from Maderas de Llodio, recently incorporated into the Garnica range, were also presented. Out of these products, significant interest was shown in the Laudio Form panels, ideal for formwork; the anti-slip Laudio Car, perfect for industrial flooring; and the new Laudio PLY BC product, a decorative pine panel that will soon be available with a varnished finish.

Since this is a trade fair that specialises in construction materials, great interest was also shown by visitors in a model built entirely from G Brick structural panels, the Garnica solution for building high-performance, energy-efficient homes.

More than 300 clients and companies from several countries, mostly European, visited the stand, which recorded a particularly high influx of visitors from Germany and Austria, as well as other places in Asia and Africa.