Industrias Chrino, one of the leading players in the Argentine brick industry, has shown great resilience by leveraging its resources and growing despite the pandemic.
Tecna (the new name of the historical Tecnargilla) will be back as an in-person show in Rimini from 28 September to 1 October 2021 with a wide range of new services for exhibitors and visitors
Federchimica Ceramicolor, the Italian association of ceramic colour and metal oxide producers, elected its new chairman during the annual meeting.
Clear improvement in sales of ceramic machinery and equipment: according to the Mecs-Acimac research centre, the first quarter of 2021 closed with 33.3% growth in sales. Strong performance in both exports (+38%) and the Italian market (+27.3%)
With its high bending strength, FCRI’s new SK95 roller avoids the problem of tiles overlapping in the rapid kiln cooling zone.
The group’s vision and mission have been redefined. Technological innovation, automation, customer service and market presence will be the cornerstones of sustainable growth over the next three years
The Spanish mould manufacturer has developed a new compensation system for isostatic plates that involves integrating a mechanical mechanism into the hydraulic system.
Sigmadiamant is launching a new line of chemical products for the treatment and protection of ceramic surfaces
Elia Bitossi, formerly CEO of Colorobbia Brasil, has been named general manager of Gruppo Colorobbia’s “Glaze & Colour” division
The Portuguese sanitaryware manufacturer has adopted a solution from Sacmi that eliminates all finishing dust and reduces the quantity released into the environment.
GMM Group will provide the Imola-based ceramic group with a complete package of services, from components and industrial spare parts to maintenance analysis and the reconditioning of electromechanical components.
The next webinar organised by Ceramic World Web for TecnaNext.com will feature talks by Sacmi, LB, EFI, Solar Turbines and Unilin Technologies. The event will be livestreamed on 5 May in Italian and on 6 May in English