BMR Brasil, due to be opened in Rio Claro at the end of May, will be equipped with a spare parts warehouse and will provide 24-hour technical support.
Six leading Brazilian ceramic companies have increased the numbers of Creadigit printers in their digital decoration departments
The Brazilian ceramic group has invested R$ 100 million in the new brand, first presented at Expo Revestir 2020
In June, LB took part in two promotional events: the exhibition Forn&Cer in Brazil and the Technical Expert Meeting of System Ceramics in Poland.
Less than two years since the acquisition of Ceusa, Duratex is expanding in the ceramic tile sector with the 100% purchase of Cecrisa for a value of 539 million Reais (around $139 million).
The new kiln has been in operation in the Kohler factory in Brazil for about 16 months, where it has reduced levels of consumption by around 20-25%.
Inter Ser has won the title of best parts supplier in Brazil for the second year running.
Commissioned in March this year, the new Kerakoll factory in Brazil is located in Jundiai (São Paulo) and has a production capacity of around 40,000 tonnes/year.
The well-known Brazilian company aims to further improve the level of quality and design of its porcelain tile collections.
Ceramica Almeida in Brazil and Ceramica Ural in Russia have begun porcelain tile production using SITI BT technology.
The new Embramaco and Castelli brand porcelain tiles were produced using the new Durst Gamma 108XD 4.0 printers.
Crispim was elected during Anfacer’s Annual General Meeting held during Expo Revestir in São Paulo.