Yurtbay Seramik at the UNICERA 28 in Tüyap Beylikdüzü between February 23-27. Brand new products on display in Hall 3, Stand 309-321 at the International Ceramic, Bathroom and Kitchen Fair.
“From nature to art” motto will be emphasized more this year as Yurtbay Seramik presents visitors nature-inspired wooden, stone, marble and textile-textured brand new items and current products.This year, Yurtbay Seramik stand will feature the shopping street on animated settings such as hardware shop, home textile store, pastry shop, flower shop, etc.Also on display will be the design by Berk Arıl, who was awarded the first prize in the 3rd Zeki Yurtbay Design Competition last year.
Vice Chairman of Yurtbay Seramik İlter Yurtbay stressed the significance of the fair, which is held for the 28th time this year, in Turkey and globally. “Flooded with visitors, not only domestically, but from abroad, Unicera provides participants and visitors an opportunity to meet and collaborate with prominent global buyers. It brings together large numbers of industry professionals with leading companies and products of the industry.The fair contributes to the growth of the industry with competitive power both in domestic and foreign markets.Unicera, one of the most important agenda items in the industry calendar, forges ahead with growth in 2016,” he said.
İlter Yurtbay mentioned the products prepared for the fair and added, “This year, animated settings on our stands will draw attention, and we will be displaying the first-prize-winning design in the Zeki Yurtbay Design Competition.
We are going to introduce our new product size; 30x90, a Kashmir textured product, and Versa with a blend of fashion colors.Condor will be the other textile-textured product on display.We will be presenting new wooden items such as Wooden, Little Wood, Rose Wood and Belgrad, stone items such as Alda and Etna, and marble products such as Art, Alfa and Marfa.All departments are working meticulously and intensely for the fair.We wholeheartedly believe that we will be rewarded for our hard work at the fair.”