The Saudi company has chosen Creadigit XXL with 8 colour bars for improved digital decoration.
12% growth in revenue, net profits of $45.5 million (up 36% on 2015) and cash flow of $121 million (+77%).
Local partner Goto Inc. presented Durst innovation at the technology conference organised by the Japanese Ceramic Machinery Association JCMA.
José Luis Ramón talks about the 4.0 digital transformation of the ceramic industry worldwide and underlines how the market is looking now for technologies able to provide product differentiation and competitiveness.
System Ceramics will supply the Germany company with a complete plant for the production of panels in sizes up to 1600 x 3200 mm.
Norbert von Aufschnaiter describes Durst’s new Full Digital Glazing technology, its potentialities and the opportunities it will offer in terms of production efficiency and creativity.
GranitiFiandre joins the ranks of the leading Italian companies that have adopted G5 technology to further improve its production performance.
Alberto Annovi talks about the results that have been already achieved and the margins of further improvement of the digital technology, in view of the final landing to the "full digital tile".
Making its world debut, the new cutting-edge digital technology from Durst was enthusiastically received by the world’s tile producers.
Alongside its printers, the company also displayed the Genuine EFI Cretacolor Inks and EFI Fiery DFE colour management systems at the Rimini show.
Vincenzo Palumbo talks about the development of the first digital printer for ceramic dishes and describes the achievements in the field of large panel decoration, with a focus on productivity, reliability and higher printing quality.
The first British tile manufacturer to adopt digital printing technology in 2008 is now using a total of 8 Durst digital printers.