The investment will concern both lines (hollow bricks and roof tiles) present in the Filial plant, which will undergo major reorganisation.
Cosmec will install two new drying lines alongside the six existing lines, to achieve a daily production of 1,030 tonnes of hollow bricks,
Cosmec is working on the design and construction of a new cutting line for one of its main US customers, a leading player in the heavy clay industry.
The hi-tech but simple-to-use system allows customers to diversify their product ranges with minimal changes to their existing lines
Expansion of the sales network and the high level of technological expertise have enabled the Verona-based company to strengthen its international presence
Ladrillos Lark and Grupo Ceramicos Fortaleza choose Cosmec automation to improve the efficiency of their production facilities.
Through a management buyout, the parent company Sacmi has entrusted Cosmec’s management to a team of highly experienced industry professionals.
An important Sacmi Group company operating in the heavy clay sector, Cosmec now aims to further develop its business and diversify operations to anticipate market developments.
This innovative complete plant has been started up in the Ganouba Briqueterie factory and is one-of-a-kind in the country.
As part of its total factory renovation project, the Algerian group Epra/Asicom has installed new automated product handling technology.
Ideal Brique recently started up a new plant for the manufacture of 1,000 tons of fired products a day, the biggest and highest-performing plant ever built in the country.
The symposium with leading international expert in the brick and tile industry will be held on 28 September in the splendid setting of Hotel Poiano Resort on Lake Garda.