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Lamosa installs a robotized glazing line

Mexican company continues to invest in technology and rely on the Sacmi Group

Benito Juarez (Monterrey), Mexican state of Nuovo Leòn: this is where Lamosa is based. A leading producer of tiles, sanitaryware and ceramic adhesives, the Lamosa Group is pressing ahead with investments aimed at boosting its presence on national and international markets.

Making this growth potential a reality is Lamosa’s recent - and highly successful - installation and start-up of a robotized glazing line for WC production, supplied by Gaiotto Automation, a Sacmi Group company specialising in the automation business. This line is the jewel in the crown of a long-standing industrial partnership between Sacmi and Lamosa, and will flank the Sacmi press already installed by the Mexican company a few months ago.

This new robotised glazing line will allow Lamosa to boost product quality even further. It is an investment choice that also confirms the company’s commitment to constant technological renewal of its production lines – a must when it comes to sharpening competitiveness on the emerging Mexican market and, more generally, on international markets. These ambitious projects have, once again, seen Lamosa achieve its own growth goals by placing trust in Sacmi’s know-how and technological excellence.


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