April 18-21, 2023 | Orlando, Florida USA

Online New Product Gallery

By submitting a product for the gallery, your company consents to the terms below. 


Products must qualify as new as defined below:

A product qualifies as new if it is manufactured or exclusively distributed by a company and was introduced to the marketplace since April 8, 2022, the last day of Coverings 2022.


Set forth below are a list of rules (the “Rules”) applicable to the Online New Product Gallery being sponsored by International Tile Exposition, a joint venture t/a Coverings (“Coverings”). By submitting any materials to Coverings for use with respect to the Online New Product Gallery (the “Materials”), you acknowledge and agree to each of the following terms:

You must be a Coverings 2023 exhibitor to enter new products in the Online New Product Gallery. If you submit more than one product into the online gallery, all rules below apply to all product entries.

“New” means the product must have been first sold at any level of distribution since April 8, 2022. All new product entries are subject to approval. Coverings reserves the right to remove/disqualify any product that it believes does not qualify as new.

The number of product submissions per exhibitor is limited to (7) seven.

There is no entry fee to submit a product for the Online New Product Gallery.

All submissions must be received by Monday, February 27, 2023.

The Online New Product Gallery will be available online on the website and mobile app.

Coverings may in its sole discretion elect not to include a product in its 2023 Online New Product Gallery.

You grant a perpetual royalty free license to Coverings for the use of the Materials as part of the Online New Product Gallery.

Coverings may make any stylistic edits to submission entries that it deems to be appropriate, in its commercially reasonable judgement.

Any legal dispute relating to these Rules or the Online New Product Gallery will be resolved by Arbitration in Arlington, Virginia before a single arbitrator under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association.

In no event shall the aggregate liability of Coverings to you with respect to the Online New Product Showcase exceed US $500.00.

In no event shall any joint venture member of Coverings have any direct liability to you with respect to the Online New Product Gallery with your recourse being limited solely to the assets of Coverings.

Italian Trade Agency/Marmomacchine

Miami,  FL 
United States
  • Booth: 2949

Welcome to the Italian Trade Commission Information Center

Italy – the World Hub for Quality Stone and Craftsmanship There are many works of art by Italians that are not found in Museums. Since the dawn of civilization, Italians have created and exported some of their most lasting works of art in Natural Stone: statues, floors, balustrades, columns, countertops stairs, facades and other architectural elements that are found in buildings around the world. The craftsmanship of Italian stone industry workers has been well respected around the world for centuries. This skill and dedication are one of the reasons that Italy is the hub of the international block trading industry. Italian stone materials are world-renowned for their beautiful, wide range of colors and sizes and the country has long been one of the world’s leading producers of raw materials. Italian marble varieties come in a wide range of colors and textures like the white and veined varieties efrom the Apuan Alps in Tuscany. The the green colored varieties include from Aosta Valley and Lombardy; the beige materials from Puglia (Serpeggiante and Trani), from Sicily (Perlato) and Lombardy (Botticino); The Veneto region is rich in several types of colored stone such as red (Rosso Verona, Breccia Pernice, Rosso Magnaboschi) and pink (Nembro Rosato) marble; Portoro and Rosso Levanto are excavated in Liguria. Other colored materials include the Tuscan Arabescato, Orobici, Breccia Medicea and Fior di Pesco Carnico.The most important deposits of Travertine, also a well known Italian stone, are found around Tivoli, Rome, Grosseto and Siena, all in central Italy. Pink and gray Sardinian granites are famous throughout the world for their homogeneity. The pink Baveno granite comes from Piedmont. Other volcanic rocks, such as Peperino and Basaltina are quarried in the Lazio region.

For inquiries, please contact show management.