Geberit’s appearances at two further exhibitions this month

  • 22 Nov 2022

Piping and bathroom manufacturer Geberit will be exhibiting at two further exhibitions during the remainder of November.

These will take place after Homes2022, which Geberit is appearing at this week.

Cruise Ship Interiors Expo

Taking place on 30 November – 1 December at ExCeL London, this year’s conference sees the entire cruise interiors supply chain come together under one roof. This includes cruise ship designers, architects, outfitters, and interior suppliers, with key representatives attending from Europe’s leading cruise brands, shipyards, and design studios.

The team will be at stand number 820 to advise on Geberit’s bathroom ceramics, supply and drainage piping products and industry leading AquaClean toilets.


Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager, says: “We are thrilled to be exhibiting at Cruise Ship Interiors Expo this year and look forward to welcoming visitors to the stand to discuss how Geberit solutions can be utilised for Shipbuilding applications.”

CIBSE Build2Perform Live

Taking place on 29 – 30 November at ExCeL London, this year’s conference sees 2,000 key decision-makers from across the built environment come together to tackle the many challenges facing the industry.

Piping Specification Managers, Martin Murray and Adam James will be at stand number 322 to discuss acoustic and hydraulic drainage and advise on Geberit’s innovative piping solutions.


On day one of the exhibition, Geberit will also deliver a CPD covering hydraulics in drainage applications. The session, led by Martin Murray, will share how to overcome the challenge of increasingly large buildings which require complex drainage designs and hydraulic calculations.

Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager, says: “We are thrilled to be exhibiting at Build2Perform this year. At Geberit, we are constantly trying to innovate and adapt to meet the ever-changing challenges facing the building services sector.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors to the stand to showcase our sanitary technology and piping solutions.”

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Edgehill Drive
CV34 6NH

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