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Cersanit - Poland

New tile production plant

Little more than one year after the start-up of its first very high output tile plant (over 7 million m2/year), the CERSANIT Group, Poland’s leading sanitaryware producer, has successfully launched a second tile production plant. This new facility follows the general layout of the first plant and features two extremely flexible, functional firing lines with an output capacity of 4 million m2. The extremely efficient CERSANIT - SACMI partnership continues: like its predecessor, this plant has all the main latest-generation SACMI machines, designed to cover every single stage of the production cycle: continuous mills, spray driers, presses, driers and kilns. This new plant – one of the world’s most modern and efficient – makes the CERSANIT Group one of Eastern Europe’s leading tile manufacturers, allowing it to provide all the main product types: single-firing floor tiles, glazed and technical porcelain tiles, monoporosa wall tiles. Moreover, another, KEMAC-supplied, plant has just been started up: this completes the range by offering clients trims and third firing pieces.

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