Turkishceramics will be at Coverings, April 4-7 in Orlando, showcasing new products developed specifically for the U.S. marketplace.

“Our manufacturer-members who will be exhibiting at the exposition have spent much R&D time to, ultimately, bring products to America which offer great potential for distributors, dealers, contractors, architects, designers and end-users,” said Ahmet Yamaner. “We all look forward to meeting with show attendees firsthand, and to introduce and explain about these wonderful Turkish-manufactured tile materials.”

Turkishceramics exhibitors at Coverings 2017 include:

Ege Seramik’s (#3053) Urbanwood Tile is a slightly textured glazed porcelain tile offering the look of natural wood. Each tile is produced in random, neutral colors, using high-definition, inkjet techniques printed on an 8x48 plank.

Usak Seramik (#4253) will be introducing Tufo Anthracite to America. This 24x48 in. technical porcelain floor tile has been inspired by natural stones, bringing elegance together with various other color options.

Kale Seramik’s (#1739) Kalebodur brand has added the Kaleinterflex product line, one of the largest, thinnest, and most flexible porcelain ceramics with a width of 1 m, a height of 3 m and a thickness of 3 mm. With its new technology, this series offers a wide range of applications due to its large size and fine structure.

Bien Seramik (#4445) will be showcasing Alaturca, a range reflecting the spirit of old Ottoman and Turkish motifs. These motifs, which were widespread in the past but now are very labor-intensive/time consuming to make, are bought to life again with Alaturca.

NG Kutahya Seramik (#3741) has recently signed a contract with SACMI for its 9th factory, which will start production in May. Attendees can learn about the new product and business opportunities this increased production capacity offers customers and prospects in the U.S.

Turkishceramics’ Pavilion will be located at booth #4441. Show attendees are invited to stop by and charge their devices at the new “Charging Station,” and to enjoy authentic Turkish coffee, offered to all visitors.

For more information, visit www.turkishceramics.com.