The Spanish ceramic company will use the LB system for the production of large slabs.
The Formigine-based group has increased its stake to 100% of both companies. The total value of the transactions amounts to 6.3 million euros.
The Italian group recently set up new branches in Russia and India alongside those already operating in Brazil, USA, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and Poland.
Revenues up by 10%, EBITDA of 90 million euros and investments of 70 million euros. Work is under way to build the largest roof-mounted photovoltaic plant for self-consumption in Europe.
Plastorgomma Service and the long-time Russian partner Polymer MC set up a new company that will enable them to offer an even more extensive and rapid service to the Russian market.
Ceramicolor reports a continued positive performance on the part of the sector in 2018, driven by technological development despite sharp rises in raw materials costs.
Consolidated turnover reaches 15.5 million euros. The outlook for 2019 is very positive thanks to the company’s entry into new markets and the launch of new products.
The Spanish group registered 3.4% growth in 2018. Work on the new wall tile factory is continuing and will be completed in 2021.
Alteo and Ginet have set up a joint venture in China to facilitate the introduction of lithium batteries into the local market.
More than 600 Indian professionals attended the EFI roadshow in December.
Intercerama, Epicentr and Kharkov have adopted BMR’s dry squaring technology.
The innovative ready-to-use system for 3D printers allows for rapid prototyping of ceramic items such as tableware, pottery and sanitaryware.