The Ekaterinburg-based ceramic company already uses EFI Cretaprint digital printers, which bring a number of benefits including shorter production times
The SBS training school has launched a new training course focusing on the ceramic production process for technical staff working at ceramic companies.
The new plant in Tijucas, Brazil, capable of producing slabs up to 1800x3600 mm in size was started up last autumn. A large digital event was held on 14 October to mark the launch of the new collections.
In September 2020, LB signed an agreement with the multinational company Anatolia for the supply of a complete raw materials storage plant at the Turkish production unit of Izmir.
Italcer group will produce the new Tonino Lamborghini Luxury Surfaces line of floor and wall tiles
Change in top management at the historic Italian brand. Chairman Maurizio Baraldi names Massimo Barbari as his successor to lead the company
Fabio Baldassari takes up the position at the Italian branch of the prestigious Austrian group with the aim of driving innovation and strengthening customer care.
The 5% growth in the third quarter reduces the fall in revenues in the first 9 months of 2020 to 5% (or -0.4% on a constant currency basis). Geberit expects a weaker fourth quarter, but with improved margins.
Net sales grew by 2.2% in the third quarter. The Global Ceramic Segment improved substantially with net sales almost back to 2019 Q3 levels.
The Creadigit XLE 8-colour latest-generation digital printing system will bring unprecedented results on porcelain surfaces
The company has redesigned its website and developed new portals and platforms to provide its customers with remote technical support.
According to the preliminary figures compiled by MECS-Acimac Research Department, the sector’s year-end turnover stands at €1,470 million (15% down on 2019).