Organised by LB Arte Italiana, the LB division responsible for product research and development in the ceramic sector, the competition was held for the second time in May this year.
With an investment of about 2 million euros, Iris Ceramica has achieved the goal of the “Zero Emissions” project at the facility in Castellarano, Italy.
The Ukrainian ceramic group has ordered a complete reception, storage and press feeding plant for the factory in Kalush.
Finalised on 4 July, the partnership boosts Sacmi’s ability to act as a one-stop shop for all stages of the ceramic production process, including a strategic role in the end-of-line stage.
Ahead of the celebrations to be held on 10 October this year, Plastorgomma Service has renewed its communication tools and expanded its stock of products.
Laminam will supply 2,300 sq.m of ceramic panels treated with Hydrotect® technology as the external cladding of the Hotel Nodo, currently under construction in Santiago de Chile.
The large technical porcelain tile manufacturer has ordered a second Easy Color Boost unit from LB for the Azulmed factory.
Officially opened on 20 June in the London design district of Clerkenwell, the new showroom displays the bestselling collections of all the group’s brands.
The Spanish ceramic tile industry has adopted a sector EPD to underscore the sustainability of its products and to help ASCER member companies obtain individual EPDs for their products.
Florim USA and StonePeak choose BMR technology for their plants in Tennessee.
The binding purchase contract for the 7.5 million euro deal was signed on 27 June, with the closing date set for December.
The highly sustainable plant will deliver significant savings of gas, water and additives.