Rock Sanat has chosen SITI B&T for the production of large porcelain slabs in sizes up to 1600x3200 mm
Despite the difficulties, the Iranian ceramic tile industry is pursuing new development plans to upgrade the production mix.
The Iranian group has launched its new PS234 range of high-performance deflocculants for the ceramic industry.
The young Iranian company has installed and started up a complete floor and wall tile manufacturing plant supplied by Sacmi in Yazd.
The Iranian ceramic industry is continuing to innovate in terms of plant and products and to adopt cutting-edge finishing technologies.
The Iranian company Rock Sanat (Mah Ceram group) has commissioned BMR to supply a complete finishing plant for its new ceramic slab and panel factory.
SITI B&T has opened up the large-size tile market in Iran through an agreement with Rock Sanat (MA Ceram).
The opening took place on 25 May in the Payam Special Economic Zone close to Teheran.
The contract involves the supply of a modern turnkey plant which is currently under construction and will have a production capacity of 600 tons/day.
One of the sectors that is set to drive Iran's economy is construction, which closed at $154 billion at the end of 2016 and is expected to grow at an annual compound growth rate of 6.1% over the next four years to reach $196 billion in 2020.
The new production line has been commissioned by Azarakhsh International and will produce 140,000 strip bricks a day.
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