A Long History of Excellence in Tiles and Bathroomware

by Ofentse Sefolo
A Long History of Excellence in Tiles and Bathroomware

Ceramic Industries Group was founded in 1976 and over the years has become one of the industry leaders in the design and manufacture of ceramic tiles and bathroomware. The Group has five tile factories, a bathroom factory and an acrylic factory in South Africa as well as an Australian-based tile factory.

A combination of pressed, rectified and extruded tiles in various sizes, textures and finishes are manufactured at the Group’s Samca Floor, Samca Wall, Vitro, Pegasus, Gryphon and Centaurus tile factories. The Betta Bathroomware factory produces a wide range of vitreous china bathroomware, with a focus on water closets, basins, cisterns and pedestals. At the bath factory, a comprehensive range of baths and shower trays, catering for all sectors of the local and European markets, are manufactured.

All manufacturing has an impact on the environment, but Ceramic Industries is committed to minimising theirs. One of the Group’s primary goals is to reduce the energy consumption at their factories by 20% – 30%, which the manufacturer believes is a bold but achievable target. Furthermore, the products themselves are designed to be sustainable and reduce resource consumption in consumers’ homes.

Ceramic Industries strives to be at the forefront of fashion and innovation. As creators of style, the group will continue to produce tiles and bathroomware of excellent value despite the South African market currently being a challenging one in which to operate.

For more information, contact Ceramic Industries on Tel: +27 (16) 930 3600 or via www.ceramic.co.za.

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