Duravit’s Egyptian branch continues its ambitious plant renewal project with another order for SACMI-Gaiotto robotic glazing solutions
The Spanish group is transferring its ceramic expertise to the building materials sector. It has already launched major projects involving the digital decoration of concrete and fibre cement.
BMR Brasil, due to be opened in Rio Claro at the end of May, will be equipped with a spare parts warehouse and will provide 24-hour technical support.
The Turkish ceramic manufacturer has purchased seven Creadigit digital printing systems, including three for existing plants and four Creadigit XXL units for a new facility.
Consolidated revenue of 142 million euros (down 18.8% on the 175 million euros of 2019); EBITDA of 11 million euros. The net financial position improved thanks to good cash generation.
The UK group has achieved another goal in its sustainability roadmap with the use of 100% energy from renewable sources
The digital future of brick
Projecta Engineering transfers its experience acquired in the tile industry to the heavy clay sector and revolutionizes the brick and roof tile decoration
Mirror and Premier develop the first “Polishing-lapping machine”
This versatile new line is capable of simultaneously polishing technical porcelain tiles and lapping glazed tiles with just a single tool change, thereby solving the problem of calibration.
Sacmi HERE: A modular, scalable approach to digitalization
A modular, scalable approach, with immediate tangible benefits. From 'overview' functions to integrated control of production flows, Sacmi HERE makes manufacturing better and faster by optimising every stage of production and creating a new ecosystem that interlinks technology, people and processes.
Revolution becomes reality: Durst launches Gamma 101 DG, the first system for digital printing of structures
Durst announces the launch of Gamma 101 DG, the first printer model of the revolutionary Gamma DG series of digital glazing systems developed and produced by the leading Durst Group based in Italy for printing structures on ceramic tiles.
Greater sustainability with organic-based inks
Gruppo Colorobbia’s eKo series is a new generation of organic-based digital inks designed for ceramic manufacturers seeking maximum production efficiency combined with a lower environmental impact.
FOCUS ON: Large size & slabs
FOCUS ON: Automation & End of line
Spain and Italy: 2020 better than expected
The Leier group expands in Romania
Mladost renovates its roof tile plant in Leskovac
FOCUS ON: Industry 4.0 & Sustainability
Turkey: Exports continue to grow in 2020
FOCUS ON: Glazing & Decoration
FOCUS ON: Finishing & Surface treatment
Phase 2, now it's back to work!