The end of the Cevisama fair is synonymous with balance sheets, summaries, and challenges for the future. Talleres Cortés does not escape from this analysis that is submitted daily to consolidate in a sector in constant change. Being the first company in Spain dedicated to the manufacture and repair of moulds for the ceramic industry and a reference for the whole sector is a responsibility that the Alcora factory faces with professionalism.

As a result of this desire for renewal, is the first online store for the purchase of designs for ceramic moulds. This virtual catalog also offers precision molds, templates, rubber bands or punches. The needs have changed and so has the demand for parts.

At present, the large dimensions prevail as a new market trend and, facing this challenge, Talleres Cortés responds to investment to renovate machinery capable of meeting the requests of its customers.

The rectifier of flat surfaces, the new CNC, the vulcanizing press or a new truck is some of the latest acquisitions in a plant that already follows the precepts of Industry 4.0. We refer to a conception of the factory, to a change in the control of manufacturing and distribution that allows the client and businessman to follow each step of each piece in real time. The industrial revolution of the 21st century is underway and Talleres Cortés is working in that direction.

And also for the whole world since 2009 opened the factory in Peru. The expansion to meet the demand of America joins the export to Europe, Asia, and Africa. In a global market, the company follows the same recipe that it has employed since its foundation in 1951: personalized attention, 24-hour technical assistance service and professionalism throughout the production, distribution and repair chain.

Nowadays Talleres Cortés maintains its foundational pillars,  but has multiplied its technology capacity with research in large formats and digital inkjet decoration. The R + D + i is part of the DNA of the company to modernize and successfully overcome the obstacles imposed by business cycles.