The end-of-line stage of the factory in Onda (Castellón) has been equipped with latest-generation technology for the production of large-size porcelain tiles.
Numerous Creadigit units are in operation at the facility in Chilces. Multigecko, BS08 and Falcon end-of-line solutions have also been supplied.
The Lasselsberger Group has signed an important agreement with System for the supply of advanced automation for the technological upgrading of the production plants in the Czech Republic and Hungary.
System digital printers and automation have been installed at the MCM Group’s new facility which began operation in Izmir in April.
The innovative layout installed in three factories includes the Multigecko, Multipack and Griffon systems. A Creadigit XLE digital printing system has also been started up.
The Italian facility and the Cinca plant in Portugal have undergone a technology upgrade, including significant investment in the end-of-line department.
The US division of the Chinese group Marco Polo is investing in advanced automation for new porcelain tile products and sizes.
Sacmi presents the first integrated system for the tray packaging of slabs and panels as large as 1200x2400 mm.
Faboce has chosen System technology for digital decoration, handling and packaging of full-body and glazed porcelain tiles in sizes up to 120x120 cm.
In 2017 the Argentine manufacturer will start up new end-of-line plants including Qualitron, Multigecko, 4Phases, Falcon portal palletisers and AGVs.
System Ceramics will supply the Germany company with a complete plant for the production of panels in sizes up to 1600 x 3200 mm.
Three digital printers for large sizes will begin operation in 2017 at Pastorelli and another two at the facility in Tennessee.