By the summer of this year the company will start up a new complete line commissioned from Sacmi Heavy Clay, which it will use to produce a wide range of products in very small and very large sizes.
The new subsidiary of the German company will become a key partner for Algerian producers by providing technical support and maintenance for plants installed across the country.
204,000 bricks produced by Northcot Brick have been used in the architecture project for Newport Street Gallery in London, winner of the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize.
Ideal Brique recently started up a new plant for the manufacture of 1,000 tons of fired products a day, the biggest and highest-performing plant ever built in the country.
The mould, commissioned by Toledo-based company Cerámicas Mazarrón, will be used for the production of French type main tiles.
Two major plant projects were completed in Algeria in recent months for Sarl Briqueterie Guerrouache and Briqueterie Irdjen.
Verdes Clay & Minerals Equipment Pvt Ltd, Indian subsidiary of the Spanish company Verdés, has trebled the number of Indian customers in the last 2 years.
Modern management and a focus on investments in new technologies are the key factors that allowed the company to expand even in times of recession.
The contract involves the supply of a modern turnkey plant which is currently under construction and will have a production capacity of 600 tons/day.
As well as improving simplicity of installation and optimising strength while maintaining the traditional aesthetics, a study was conducted with the aim of minimising the tile’s weight.
The new line of bricks from SanMarco is extremely modern in terms of both its size and colour.
The Italian company supplied the well-known Russian producer with a new liquid engobing line capable of treating 12,000 NF bricks per hour.