Italgraniti has chosen the new firing technology to achieve maximum energy efficiency and low environmental impact.
Two new GA2000 robots for robotised glazing of WCs have been started up in the Mettlach facility.
The Continua+ line was started up in September and will enable Simpolo to position itself in the high end of the market with a full range of new products in sizes up to 1600x3200 mm.
The first complete supply for the Laufen (Roca Group) factory in the Czech Republic.
The latest order was from RAK Ceramics, which installed the new continuous modular mill in the large ceramic tile production plant equipped with the Continua+ line.
The number of LGVs supplied by Sacmi to the ultramodern Duravit factory in Chongqing reaches 13. A new robotised glazing cell has also been started up.
For its new factory in Anyang, China, Belite Ceramics has chosen the best Sacmi technology for digital decoration of high-end ceramic floor tiles.
A complete plant for the production of technical and glazed porcelain tiles equipped with Sacmi technology, from body preparation through to sorting, was started up on 16 May in Zlatoust.
Elected on July 23rd, Giuseppe Lesce will guide the Italian Federation of capital goods manufacturers for the two-year period 2019-2020.
The new facility near Istanbul will host an automated Sacmi casting cell featuring two robot-assisted AVM machines.
Finalised on 4 July, the partnership boosts Sacmi’s ability to act as a one-stop shop for all stages of the ceramic production process, including a strategic role in the end-of-line stage.
Following further growth, Sacmi has set its goals for 2030: strengthening its leadership in its core sectors and addressing the challenges of the circular economy and the Industry 4.0 revolution.