The Italian ceramic industry, considered a sector of “strategic importance as it is strongly export-oriented” has been given the go-ahead to resume production activities as of 27 April.
With the installation of a further 26,000 sq.m of photovoltaic panels, Florim can now meet up to 100% of the electrical energy requirements of its Italian factories.
New ceramic lines that meet the elegance of Venetian fabric and precious marbles, strictly in XL format.
Florim USA and StonePeak choose BMR technology for their plants in Tennessee.
The Fiorano-based ceramic tile manufacturer won the “Growth and Sustainability” category.
The new Industry 4.0 facility will be devoted to end-of-line processing and logistics for Florim Magnum Oversize slabs produced in the Mordano factory.
The tenth edition of the Florim Sustainability Report describes the group’s economic, social and environmental results, with a focus on the latest investments and new projects to be completed in 2018.
The 56,000 square metre facility in Mordano (Bologna) was built in just 6 months with an investment of 70 million euros.
Florim Group posted revenues of 406.8 million euros in 2016 (up 8.7% on the previous year), 13.9% growth in net profits and technical investments of 53.5 million euros.
A new BMR finishing line for ceramic panels up to 1600x3200 mm in size has been installed at Florim’s factory in Mordano (Bologna).
An exhibition devoted to the excellence of international design in the field of industrial ceramics will be held from 22 September to 9 October at the MIC in Faenza.