Brick World Review interviews Norbert Lantschner, a leading environmental sustainability expert, founder of CasaClima, current chairman of the ClimAbita Foundation, and SAIE consultant on energy issues and green building.
Marcheluzzo Impianti has been commissioned by the Turkish company to supply the equipment needed to raise its roof tile production capacity.
The new configuration, subsequent to the acquisition of the majority of the company by Sociedad Comercial del Plata, has made Cerro Negro one of the leading brick and tile manufacturers in the country and has increased its competitive strength.
The new production line has been commissioned by Azarakhsh International and will produce 140,000 strip bricks a day.
The leading Algerian manufacturer of hollow blocks and pavers has once again commissioned the Italian company to carry out new plant engineering projects at its Biskria, Amouri Briques and Amlassa factories.
After consolidating its partnership with the Chinese ceramic group Wonderful, the Fiorano Modenese-based company has now fulfilled an order in Southeast Asia.
The Clay Building Materials Europe Division reported revenues up by 3% from 2015, while EBITDA saw double-digit growth (+11% to 124.8 million euros).
The symposium with leading international expert in the brick and tile industry will be held on 28 September in the splendid setting of Hotel Poiano Resort on Lake Garda.
The German company will be back at Tecnargilla again this year in the new T-White section (Hall C3, Stand 134) with its latest solutions for ceramic sanitaryware production.
The Vietnamese manufacturer of fast fired extruded terracotta tiles has renewed its trust in Dry Tech Heavy Clay preparation technology with the fourth order in less than 15 years.
The companies of Sacmi Group will be taking part together in the forthcoming Tecnargilla with a full range of plant and technology for the heavy clay industry.
The project involved the installation of innovative systems to improve product quality and increase capacity. The order included a cutting unit and various robotic islands.