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FCE Cosmetique confirms the dates of its 21st edition in São Paulo

The 21st edition of the FCE Cosmetique trade show will take place from the 10th to 12th May 2016 at the Transamerica Expo Center in Sao Paulo. FCE Cosmetique gathers suppliers the cosmetic industry (raw materials and ingredients, packaging and OEM) under the same roof.

"At the 2014 edition, 50% of visitors were decision-makers, including presidents, vice presidents, directors and partners or owners of companies in Brazil and abroad. For the 21st edition, visitors will get access to innovations from exhibitors such as FAV105, MCassab, Cosmotec, AQIA, Wheaton Brasil, Seppic Brasil, D’Altomare, Klockner, among many others already confirmed for 2016,” say the organizers.

In addition to the exhibition area, the 21st edition of FCE Cosmetique will also feature a Knowledge and Innovation Circuit (Circuito do Conhecimento e Inovação), that will include the 29th Brazilian Congress of Cosmetology, organised in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Cosmetology (ABC).

In parallel to the event will be held the 21st edition of FCE Pharma, dedicated to the supply chain of the pharmaceutical industry.

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