Inco has completed its re-branding operation consisting of a restyled logo, a new website and social media launch.
Founded in 1969, the company specialises in cutting and profiling plants for large-scale industrial production and equipment for machining large ceramic slabs and for tile installation.
Algerian company Ideal Ceramique has reaffirmed its trust in LB with an order for a second complete dry grinding plant.
DongPeng Ceramics will distribute SICIS mosaics throughout the entire Chinese market.
Following 9 months of operation at Antica Ceramica in Rubiera, the Frascari Group has reaffirmed its trust in DIGIGLAZE 4.0, extending the economic and application benefits of the technology to the Group’s other facilities.
The new squaring machines allow for greater control of grinding wheel wear as well as a more correct material removal.
An I-Glaze system has been supplied to Ceramiche Mariner, while Coem and Samca Floor (South Africa) have adopted I-Nkfiller.
The UK multinational is expanding its presence in the ceramic sector, where it already operates with Ceramica Serra in Italy and Keraben and Saloni in Spain.
Nuova Riwal Ceramiche is due to start up its third Easy Color Boost line in September.
The number of LGVs supplied by Sacmi to the ultramodern Duravit factory in Chongqing reaches 13. A new robotised glazing cell has also been started up.
The strong revenue growth of 2018 enabled the company to pursue an intense investment programme involving the production and design departments.
With the acquisition of Micro, a specialist producer of technical porcelain mosaic, the group now owns four brands along with Terratinta Ceramiche, Ceramica Magica and Sartoria.