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SICAM postponed to October 2021

Published on : Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Due to the growing health uncertainties around the world, the organisers have decided to reschedule this edition of SICAM next year. The 12th edition of SICAM, the International Exhibition of Components, Accessories and Semi-finished Products for the Furniture Industry has been postponed, and will be held at the Pordenone Fair from October 12 to 15, 2021. It will be an edition not to be missed: after the occurrence of the pandemic, the world of components and international accessories will meet again at SICAM with the furniture industry at the most strategic time of the year. Once again in Pordenone, in the classic style of the fair, as always easy, elegant and effective, choices and trends will be defined to be presented in the leading spring’s furniture fairs.

The Covid-19 emergency has outlined a global economic and social situation that has led to obvious restrictions and uncertainties: in this context SICAM has chosen to postpone the event until October 2021. The one-year move was decided to keep unchanged the annual trade fair calendar and provide the best possible service to the sector.


The 12th edition of the International Exhibition of Components, Accessories and Semi-finished Products for the Furniture Industry is therefore postponed, in the same location of the Pordenone Fair, to October 2021, from Tuesday 12 to Friday 15.

Another great SICAM: the fixed appointment in Pordenone

With all ten halls occupied by the exhibition, the 12th SICAM will be an edition full of ideas, products and materials, to be held in Pordenone from 12th to 15th October 2021. Having the participation of the best players as well as many small and medium-sized companies already confirmed, the offer will be in contents like every year for anyone who wants to choose materials, learn about innovations and new products and collect ideas for furniture collections. SICAM will be an opportunity for high-quality professional relationships between operators from components and accessories and the world furniture industry, which have brought the Pordenone Show to the international top over the years.

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