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3/15/2006
Chinese company Sin Yih places its trust in Sacmi

The PH7200 press will make large sizes. A tailor-made porcelain tile line

Based in Penglai and a member of the Taiwanese group Sin Yih, Chinese company Sin Yih has recently invested in a specialised porcelain tile line: once again, they have chosen Sacmi as their technical partner. The plant, currently being assembled, will become operational in the spring: the main product size will be 1 x 1 m, producible thanks to the latest-generation PH7200 press.
Sin Yih, which produces the tile brands Champion and Marco Belli, has courageously decided to focus on technologically advanced products and highly automated production facilities. This strategy, which differs from that of most Chinese producers, has been rewarded with market success and high profits, thus making Sin Yih one of the Far East’s top producers.

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