13 February, 2023

The art of showing what is important, the new experience presented by INSCA at Cevisama


The fair will be the first event of INSCA’s 45th anniversary celebration

Cevisama, the exhibition for the ceramics, bathroom equipment and natural stone sector, opens in Valencia on 27 February. This year we present an innovative concept in a revolutionary stand: The art of showing what is important.

Poster INSCA for Cevisama

The essence of our commercial equipment is its ability to enhance the value of the materials it presents. And it does so in a way that is functional, comfortable and durable over time. So when it’s INSCA, it shows.

Now, we are elevating this premise to incorporate 360º experiences in building materials exhibitions. At our stand, visitors will have the opportunity to enter a universe that stimulates the senses and creates sensations, where the undisputed protagonist is the product on display.

You can now request the Cevisama Catalogue 2023 that we have prepared with our latest novelties.

If you want to live the new experience that we present at the INSCA stand, come and see us! We will be on Level 2 Pavilion 2 Stand D18 at Cevisama.

The map to find INSCA's stand at Cevisama

45 years at the leading edge of the building materials exhibition industry

This year we are celebrating our 45th anniversary and Cevisama will be the first official event in our calendar of celebrations. We will have more surprises to commemorate the more than four decades that have passed since INSCA was founded.

INSCA was born as a small local carpentry that in the 80s took a radical turn. It was then when a tile manufacturer in the region told us of the need for a support to showcase their products. And so we created the first tile display stand in the world.

At the time we may not have been aware of it. Now we see that we not only created a piece of furniture, but that we were able to develop a new sector: commercial equipment specialising in ceramics and building materials.

INSCA 45th anniversary logo in black

Irene Delgado