Sacmi Heavy Clay expands the Spanish producer’s roof tile production plant.
The new infill block from Wienerberger combines a classic look with a hi-tech core and is ideal for almost-zero-energy buildings.
In response to the growing demands of customers, The Italian company is expanding its production capacity with the purchase of an additional 1,000 square metre covered unit.
On 17 May at Hotel Abbasi in Esfahan, Sacmi will present the Heavy Clay Division’s innovative plant engineering solutions to leading players and local manufacturers.
Macon, one of the largest building materials producers in the Country, supplies a wide range of clay bricks as well as expanded clay and pressed vibrated cement flooring products.
Technological innovation for Brickworks is an essential part of doing business in the highly competitive world of building products. In 2015 the company installed a Multiglaze spraying system and MAS sandblasting units on the brick production line at Rochedale (Queensland).
At the end of 2015 the German company was granted DIN EN ISO 50001:2011 certification.
The commission concerns the transformation of a pressed roof tile plant into a modern production line equipped with latest-generation technology.
The Imola-based group will be showcasing its latest cutting-edge brick and tile production technology at construction fair due to open its doors on 3 May in Algiers
At the Algerian trade fair (3-7 May 2016) the German company will be presenting its wide range of technology and innovative solutions for brick production.
The French company is preparing to meet its customers at the major construction show in North Africa to be held in Algiers from 3 to 7 May.
The Argentine company’s fourth production unit was successfully installed and started up in early 2016.