general information

VISITORS

DATES

30 SEPT | 03 OCT 2020
VERONA ITALY
Veronafiere Exhibition Centre

TIMETABLE

30 SEPT | 02 OCT > 9.30 - 18.00
03 OCT > 9.30 - 16.00

ENTRANCE GATES

Cangrande Gate (Viale del Lavoro)
San Zeno Gate (Viale del Lavoro)
Re Teodorico Gate (Viale dell’Industria)

DATES

30 SEPT | 03 OCT 2020
VERONA ITALY
Veronafiere Exhibition Centre

TIMETABLE

30 SEPT | 02 OCT
>
9.30 - 18.00
03 OCT > 9.30 - 16.00

ENTRANCE GATES

Cangrande
(Viale del Lavoro)
San Zeno
(Viale del Lavoro)
Re Teodorico
(Viale dell’Industria)

FACTS AND FIGURES 2019

Exhibitor Area

80.845 m2

Exhibitors

1.636

Visitors

67.928

FACTS AND FIGURES 2019

Exhibitor Area

80.845 m2

Exhibitors

1.636

Visitors

67.928

MARBLE, STONE & DESIGN

Marble | Granite | Natural Stone | Design with Stone | Marble agglomerates

HALLS 6 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12

BLOCKS AND UNHEWN STONE

Marble Blocks | Granite Blocks | Unhewn Stone | Large formats

AREAS A / B / C / D / AVENUE E

MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

Machinery and Equipment for the Natural Stone Sector | Workshop Machinery and Equipment | Means of Transport and Lifting | Machinery and Systems for Disposal, Ecology and Depuration | Numerical Control Machinery - Dynamic Area

HALLS 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 8 / AREA A / AVENUES G / H

TOOLS AND CHEMICALS

Abrasives | Diamond Tools | Chemicals | Technologies for Safeguarding the Architectural Heritage | Artistic Bronze Holy Arts

HALLS 7 / 8

MARBLE, STONE & DESIGN

Marble | Granite | Natural Stone | Design with Stone | Marble agglomerates

HALLS 6 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12

BLOCKS AND UNHEWN STONE

Marble Blocks | Granite Blocks | Unhewn Stone | Large formats

AREAS A / B / C / D / AVENUE E

MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

Machinery and Equipment for the Natural Stone Sector | Workshop Machinery and Equipment | Means of Transport and Lifting | Machinery and Systems for Disposal, Ecology and Depuration | Numerical Control Machinery - Dynamic Area

HALLS 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 8 / AREA A / AVENUES G / H

TOOLS AND CHEMICALS

Abrasives | Diamond Tools | Chemicals | Technologies for Safeguarding the Architectural Heritage | Artistic Bronze Holy Arts

HALLS 7 / 8

Producers of machinery and technologies

The stone processing machinery and technology category includes all manufacturers of machinery specifically for cutting and quarrying marble and granite blocks such as quarrying and quarry machinery, block cutting machines, cranes and lifting equipment, crushing machines and vehicles, as well as machinery for final processing such as polishing machines, edging and finishing machines, surface processing machines.

In addition, the machinery and technology for marble and granite category also includes accessories, components, equipment and machinery spare parts and all the other products required for processing natural stone.

Technology and machinery business

Business involving natural stone processing technology and machinery involves companies that sell, import or export, quarrying and quarry machinery, block cutting machinery, polishing machines, edging and finishing machines, surface processing machinery and every other product required for processing marble and natural stones.

Machinery hire

Marmomac is also a landmark for the rental sector for the quarrying and quarry processing of marble and stone: from technologies for cutting blocks of stone to material polishing, edging and finishing machinery.

Consumables

Marmomac dedicates specific exhibition space to operators in the natural stone sector associated with consumable products for processing natural stones, including tools of various kinds, abrasive products for marble and granite, diamond tools and chemicals used to model and finish the slabs of natural stone.

Producers of granite and marble materials

Producers of granite and marble materials are involved in quarrying and processing blocks and the production of slabs, as well as polishing and resin treatment, the creation of “cut to size” and standard finished products, the production of granulates and other finished products in general such as stone flooring and furnishings such as marble kitchen tops, shower bases and marble sinks.

Sale of marble, natural stone and agglomerates

The marble commodity trade category includes companies that buy & sell marble, natural stones and granulates in the form of blocks and slabs of various sizes for various uses, as well as tiles, street furniture such as kerbstones and all marble products.

Marmomac is the leading international event for the promotion of architecture and design with natural stone. It hosts exhibitors from the construction sector and construction companies that use natural stone to create urban and street furniture, residential and public buildings, renovations or other related activities.

Natural stone and marble real estate solutions

The marble sector is closer than ever to the world of design and views real estate companies as an important channel of interest. Marmomac hosts exhibitors offering solutions in natural stone and marble for the real estate sector.

University professors, researchers and university students (Faculties of Architecture and Building Engineering) play an important role in the natural stone sector as opinion leaders and are equally involved in the cultural and design initiatives at Marmomac as participants and organizers.

Marmomac benefits from the experience of professionals, consultants, designers and design studios, architects, engineers and service companies active in the natural stone sector to organize, plan and promote its cultural initiatives. Marmomac is also active in the worlds of publishing and the internet to promote the event thanks to specialist magazines and websites and collaborates with financial institutions and banks for specifically financial or sponsorship aspects.

Producers of machinery and technologies

The stone processing machinery and technology category includes all manufacturers of machinery specifically for cutting and quarrying marble and granite blocks such as quarrying and quarry machinery, block cutting machines, cranes and lifting equipment, crushing machines and vehicles, as well as machinery for final processing such as polishing machines, edging and finishing machines, surface processing machines.

In addition, the machinery and technology for marble and granite category also includes accessories, components, equipment and machinery spare parts and all the other products required for processing natural stone.

Technology and machinery business

Business involving natural stone processing technology and machinery involves companies that sell, import or export, quarrying and quarry machinery, block cutting machinery, polishing machines, edging and finishing machines, surface processing machinery and every other product required for processing marble and natural stones.

Machinery hire

Marmomac is also a landmark for the rental sector for the quarrying and quarry processing of marble and stone: from technologies for cutting blocks of stone to material polishing, edging and finishing machinery.

Consumables

Marmomac dedicates specific exhibition space to operators in the natural stone sector associated with consumable products for processing natural stones, including tools of various kinds, abrasive products for marble and granite, diamond tools and chemicals used to model and finish the slabs of natural stone.

Producers of granite and marble materials

Producers of granite and marble materials are involved in quarrying and processing blocks and the production of slabs, as well as polishing and resin treatment, the creation of “cut to size” and standard finished products, the production of granulates and other finished products in general such as stone flooring and furnishings such as marble kitchen tops, shower bases and marble sinks.

Sale of marble, natural stone and agglomerates

The marble commodity trade category includes companies that buy & sell marble, natural stones and granulates in the form of blocks and slabs of various sizes for various uses, as well as tiles, street furniture such as kerbstones and all marble products.

Marmomac is the leading international event for the promotion of architecture and design with natural stone. It hosts exhibitors from the construction sector and construction companies that use natural stone to create urban and street furniture, residential and public buildings, renovations or other related activities.

Natural stone and marble real estate solutions

The marble sector is closer than ever to the world of design and views real estate companies as an important channel of interest. Marmomac hosts exhibitors offering solutions in natural stone and marble for the real estate sector.

University professors, researchers and university students (Faculties of Architecture and Building Engineering) play an important role in the natural stone sector as opinion leaders and are equally involved in the cultural and design initiatives at Marmomac as participants and organizers.

Marmomac benefits from the experience of professionals, consultants, designers and design studios, architects, engineers and service companies active in the natural stone sector to organize, plan and promote its cultural initiatives. Marmomac is also active in the worlds of publishing and the internet to promote the event thanks to specialist magazines and websites and collaborates with financial institutions and banks for specifically financial or sponsorship aspects.

Verona is located at the crossroads between the Venice (115km) – Milan (160km) and Brenner (220km) – Bologna (140km) routes and can easily be reached by motorway or rail. Veronafiere is about 3 km from the city centre and only a few minutes from the railway station and the “Verona Sud” exit on the Venice-Milan motorway. A convenient dual carriageway ensures fast links with Valerio Catullo International Airport.

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the motorway:

  • Arrivals from A4 motorway (Milan-Venice) take the Verona Sud motorway exit and follow the signposts to “Fiera”. About 2/3 minutes.
  • Arrivals from A22 motorway (Brenner-Modena) take the Verona Nord motorway exit and then take the dual carriageway in the direction of Verona. There are two routes: 1) follow the signposts for “Verona Centro”, then “Fiera”, passing close to the Railway Station (about 10 minutes), or 2) during the rush hour, follow the signposts for “Tangenziale Est” (towards Vicenza) until the exit for the Exhibition Centre. Follow the signposts for “Fiera” (about 15 minutes).

Reaching the motorway from the Exhibition Centre:

  • For Verona Sud toll: follow signposts for the A4 motorway. About 2/3 minutes.
  • For Verona Nord toll: head towards the Railway Station and then the ring-round (tangenziale) and the A22 motorway. About 15 minutes.

Parkings

P4 MULTIPIANO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P7 RE TEODORICO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P3 EX MERCATO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P1 VISITORS only (€. 15,00)

find the nearest parking

List of AMT metropolitan bus services with stops near the Exhibition Centre

21-22Borgo Trento Hospital – Castelvecchio – Porta Nuova Railway Station – Via Agricoltura – Borgo Roma University Hospital
Bus stop Via Agricoltura
61Castelvecchio – Porta Nuova Railway Station – V.le del Lavoro
Bus stop Viale del Lavoro

N.B. During the main exhibitions, a shuttle-bus service connects the Railway Station and the Exhibition Centre.

City Centre > Exhibition Centre
Railway Station (sidewalk E) > Exhibition Centre
Airport > Exhibition Centre

City Centre > Exhibition Centre
– Piazza Bra (opposite Palazzo della Gran Guardia)
– Corso Porta Nuova (Chamber of Commerce)
– Via Scopoli (Exhibition Centre)
8.00 -11.00 (departures from Piazza Bra every 15 minutes) and 15.30 – 19.00 (departures from Piazza Bra every 15 minutes)

Railway Station (sidewalk E) > Exhibition Centre
8.30 – 19.00 (departures every 30 minutes)

Airport > Exhibition Centre
9.00 – 19.00 every 30 minutes

Verona’s Porta Nuova Station is on the main railway lines running north-south Munich-Brennero-Verona-Bologna-Florence-Rome and east-west Turin-Milan-Verona-Trieste

Useful telephone numbers
TicketsP +39 045 892021 – Phone 199 166 177
Assistance (monday/friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2 p.m.-5 p.m.)P +39 045 8023341 – Fax +39 045 802 3293
Disabled assistance (7 a.m.-9 p.m.)P +39 045 8023302 – Fax +39 045 802 2402
Goods serviceP +39 045 522411

For information on train timetables or to buy train tickets online click here

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the Railway Station:

  • By taxi: the Railway Station is about 3 km from the Exhibition Centre. Taxi ranks are at the main entrance. Cost: approx. € 8.00. About 5/6 minutes.
  • By bus: from outside the station. Cost: approx. € 0.90. About 8/9 minutes.

Getting to the Railway Station from the Exhibition Centre:

  • By taxi: about 10 minutes. Cost: approx. € 8.00.
  • By bus: about 8/9 minutes. Cost: approx. € 0.90

N.B. During the most important exhibitions, a shuttle-bus service connects the Exhibition Centre and the Railway Station.

For further information on train timetables, during trade fairs: BOX n. 6 TRENITALIA, ARENA services gallery of the fair.

Internet address: aeroportoverona.it

Infoline: +39 045 8095666
Remote check-in: 167 402402
Distance from the Exhibition Centre: about 8 Km

Web check-in service served by Valerio Catullo Airport in Centroservizi
Arena (between Hall 6 and 7) box n. 11

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the Airport

  • By car: take the dual carriageway towards Villafranca. Follow the signposts to Verona Sud exit and then to “Fiera”. About 10 minutes.
  • By shuttle bus: during exhibitions the shuttle-bus connects the Exhibition Centre directly to the Airport, via the Railway Station. On other days take a bus or taxi to the Railway Station about 1 km away from the Exhibition Centre, then take the shuttle-bus, which leaves every 20 minutes. About 20 minutes. Cost: approx. € 6.00 >> Shuttle Bus Timetables
  • By taxi: about 10 mins. Cost: approx. € 16.00.

Getting to the airport from the Exhibition Centre

  • Airport check-in service: in the Exhibition Centre: The check-in is located between the Pavilions 4 and 5, boxes nr. 3-4-5.
  • By car: head towards Verona Sud motorway exit. Take the dual carriageway following the signposts marked Aeroporto. About 10 minutes.
  • By shuttle bus: during exhibitions the shuttle-bus connects the Exhibition Centre directly to the Airport, via the Railway Station. On other days take a bus or taxi to the Railway Station about 1 km away from the Exhibition Centre, then take the shuttle-bus, which leaves every 20 minutes. About 20 minutes. Cost: approx. € 6.00 >> Shuttle Bus Timetables
  • By taxi: about 10 minutes. Cost: approx. € 16.00

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the motorway:

  • Arrivals from A4 motorway (Milan-Venice) take the Verona Sud motorway exit and follow the signposts to “Fiera”. About 2/3 minutes.
  • Arrivals from A22 motorway (Brenner-Modena) take the Verona Nord motorway exit and then take the dual carriageway in the direction of Verona. There are two routes: 1) follow the signposts for “Verona Centro”, then “Fiera”, passing close to the Railway Station (about 10 minutes), or 2) during the rush hour, follow the signposts for “Tangenziale Est” (towards Vicenza) until the exit for the Exhibition Centre. Follow the signposts for “Fiera” (about 15 minutes).

Reaching the motorway from the Exhibition Centre:

  • For Verona Sud toll: follow signposts for the A4 motorway. About 2/3 minutes.
  • For Verona Nord toll: head towards the Railway Station and then the ring-round (tangenziale) and the A22 motorway. About 15 minutes.

Parkings

P4 MULTIPIANO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P7 RE TEODORICO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P3 EX MERCATO EXHIBITORS + VISITORS €. 15,00
P1 VISITORS only (€. 15,00)

find the nearest parking

List of AMT metropolitan bus services with stops near the Exhibition Centre

21-22Borgo Trento Hospital – Castelvecchio – Porta Nuova Railway Station – Via Agricoltura – Borgo Roma University Hospital
Bus stop Via Agricoltura
61Castelvecchio – Porta Nuova Railway Station – V.le del Lavoro
Bus stop Viale del Lavoro

N.B. During the main exhibitions, a shuttle-bus service connects the Railway Station and the Exhibition Centre.

City Centre > Exhibition Centre
Railway Station (sidewalk E) > Exhibition Centre
Airport > Exhibition Centre

City Centre > Exhibition Centre
– Piazza Bra (opposite Palazzo della Gran Guardia)
– Corso Porta Nuova (Chamber of Commerce)
– Via Scopoli (Exhibition Centre)
8.00 -11.00 (departures from Piazza Bra every 15 minutes) and 15.30 – 19.00 (departures from Piazza Bra every 15 minutes)

Railway Station (sidewalk E) > Exhibition Centre
8.30 – 19.00 (departures every 30 minutes)

Airport > Exhibition Centre
9.00 – 19.00 every 30 minutes

Verona’s Porta Nuova Station is on the main railway lines running north-south Munich-Brennero-Verona-Bologna-Florence-Rome and east-west Turin-Milan-Verona-Trieste

Useful telephone numbers
TicketsP +39 045 892021 – Phone 199 166 177
Assistance (monday/friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2 p.m.-5 p.m.)P +39 045 8023341 – Fax +39 045 802 3293
Disabled assistance (7 a.m.-9 p.m.)P +39 045 8023302 – Fax +39 045 802 2402
Goods serviceP +39 045 522411

For information on train timetables or to buy train tickets online click here

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the Railway Station:

  • By taxi: the Railway Station is about 3 km from the Exhibition Centre. Taxi ranks are at the main entrance. Cost: approx. € 8.00. About 5/6 minutes.
  • By bus: from outside the station. Cost: approx. € 0.90. About 8/9 minutes.

Getting to the Railway Station from the Exhibition Centre:

  • By taxi: about 10 minutes. Cost: approx. € 8.00.
  • By bus: about 8/9 minutes. Cost: approx. € 0.90

N.B. During the most important exhibitions, a shuttle-bus service connects the Exhibition Centre and the Railway Station.

For further information on train timetables, during trade fairs: BOX n. 6 TRENITALIA, ARENA services gallery of the fair.

Internet address: aeroportoverona.it

Infoline: +39 045 8095666
Remote check-in: 167 402402
Distance from the Exhibition Centre: about 8 Km

Web check-in service served by Valerio Catullo Airport in Centroservizi
Arena (between Hall 6 and 7) box n. 11

Getting to the Exhibition Centre from the Airport

  • By car: take the dual carriageway towards Villafranca. Follow the signposts to Verona Sud exit and then to “Fiera”. About 10 minutes.
  • By shuttle bus: during exhibitions the shuttle-bus connects the Exhibition Centre directly to the Airport, via the Railway Station. On other days take a bus or taxi to the Railway Station about 1 km away from the Exhibition Centre, then take the shuttle-bus, which leaves every 20 minutes. About 20 minutes. Cost: approx. € 6.00 >> Shuttle Bus Timetables
  • By taxi: about 10 mins. Cost: approx. € 16.00.

Getting to the airport from the Exhibition Centre

  • Airport check-in service: in the Exhibition Centre: The check-in is located between the Pavilions 4 and 5, boxes nr. 3-4-5.
  • By car: head towards Verona Sud motorway exit. Take the dual carriageway following the signposts marked Aeroporto. About 10 minutes.
  • By shuttle bus: during exhibitions the shuttle-bus connects the Exhibition Centre directly to the Airport, via the Railway Station. On other days take a bus or taxi to the Railway Station about 1 km away from the Exhibition Centre, then take the shuttle-bus, which leaves every 20 minutes. About 20 minutes. Cost: approx. € 6.00 >> Shuttle Bus Timetables
  • By taxi: about 10 minutes. Cost: approx. € 16.00

Marmomac is also enhanced by many initiatives

EVENTS AND CONGRESSES

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inside the Exhibition Centre

  • people with special needs and accompanying persons*
  • children under 12 years of age
*Persons accompanying people with special needs will be managed as follows: issue of a free ticket for Italian or international visitors with disabilities after entering the tax code in the system and possession of documentation certifying one of the following requirements:
  • persons with 100% disability
  • 80%-100% work-related disability (equated with 100% disability)
  • Category 1 Service disability (equated with 100% disability)
  • persons with total blindness or residual vision of no more than 1/10 in both eyes with possible correction
  • persons with impaired hearing
Only where indicated by legal documentation and in those cases where free entrance tickets are envisaged for persons with 80% – 100% disability (see list above) will free entrance also be granted to accompanying persons.

With reference to the provisions of the Verona City Council, dogs are allowed to enter the exhibition centre. Once inside the exhibition centre, all dogs must have a collar with the appropriate municipal ID tag and must be kept on a fixed leash no more than 80 cm in length. All large dogs, such as Mastiffs, Great Danes, Doberman, Shepherds, as well as dogs known to bite, must also have suitable muzzles. Police dogs, when used for official duties, may be handled without leashes or muzzles.

It is forbidden to:

  • distribute advertising leaflets inside the Exhibition Centre
  • use cameras and camcorders

Ristorante d’Autore at Marmomac: savour the excellence of Italian cuisine

Ristorante d’Autore – designed by ADI VENETO TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE DELEGATION – is set up in the prestigious Hall 1 and aims to pay tribute to two Italian field of excellence, marble and food.

The Ristorante d’Autore at Marmomac means you can savour dishes prepared by starred chefs immersed in a truly evocative setting.

coming soon

The Marmomacc App provides many useful services in an easy and intuitive manner!

You can access all the general information about the event, from timetables, to travel info, ticket office information and the ground plan of the exhibition centre.

coming soon

in the world

Marmomac confirms its status as the global reference event for the entire natural stone sector.

inside the Exhibition Centre

  • people with special needs and accompanying persons*
  • children under 12 years of age
*Persons accompanying people with special needs will be managed as follows: issue of a free ticket for Italian or international visitors with disabilities after entering the tax code in the system and possession of documentation certifying one of the following requirements:
  • persons with 100% disability
  • 80%-100% work-related disability (equated with 100% disability)
  • Category 1 Service disability (equated with 100% disability)
  • persons with total blindness or residual vision of no more than 1/10 in both eyes with possible correction
  • persons with impaired hearing
Only where indicated by legal documentation and in those cases where free entrance tickets are envisaged for persons with 80% – 100% disability (see list above) will free entrance also be granted to accompanying persons.

With reference to the provisions of the Verona City Council, dogs are allowed to enter the exhibition centre. Once inside the exhibition centre, all dogs must have a collar with the appropriate municipal ID tag and must be kept on a fixed leash no more than 80 cm in length. All large dogs, such as Mastiffs, Great Danes, Doberman, Shepherds, as well as dogs known to bite, must also have suitable muzzles. Police dogs, when used for official duties, may be handled without leashes or muzzles.

It is forbidden to:

  • distribute advertising leaflets inside the Exhibition Centre
  • use cameras and camcorders

Ristorante d’Autore at Marmomac: savour the excellence of Italian cuisine

Ristorante d’Autore – designed by ADI VENETO TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE DELEGATION – is set up in the prestigious Hall 1 and aims to pay tribute to two Italian field of excellence, marble and food.

The Ristorante d’Autore at Marmomac means you can savour dishes prepared by starred chefs immersed in a truly evocative setting.

coming soon

The Marmomacc App provides many useful services in an easy and intuitive manner!

You can access all the general information about the event, from timetables, to travel info, ticket office information and the ground plan of the exhibition centre.

coming soon

in the world

Marmomac confirms its status as the global reference event for the entire natural stone sector.

training and experimentation

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