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3/16/2004
Sacmi reinforces its partnership with Saudi Ceramic

The Sacmi Group will provide this key Saudi producer with two new production lines.

During the next four months Sacmi will supply Saudi Ceramic, Saudi Arabia’s biggest tile producer, with two new lines for the production of small and large tiles (3 thousand and 20 thousand square metres per day respectively). These new plants will boost this Arabian company’s overall output capacity to 40,000 m2 per day. The choice of machines was dictated by a need for modern, specific plant engineering solutions; the various units being supplied include a MTC070 continuous mill, a PH1000 press, three PH2090 presses, two PH4800 presses, two FMS2850 kilns and a Twin Press decoration system. Saudi Ceramic aims to use this investment to reinforce its standing on the Saudi market through greater diversification of aesthetics and product type.

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Sacmi DECOCAP 360-3D and ULYSSE win over a can-making multinational
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1/4/2018
Sacmi supplies Catalan Ceramics with the largest press in Vietnam
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1/3/2018
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12/20/2017
A breath of fresh air at Ge.Fe. Polymers thanks to Sacmi
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