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Talleres Cortés at the Indian Ceramics in its eighth edition

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 was hold in the University Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad (Gujarat – India), from the 19th to the 21st of March.

It is the leading trade fair of its kind in India, concerning ceramics material, machinery, supplies and technology. With over 5,000 visitors, Indian Ceramics has become the most exciting exhibition for the industry: positioning suppliers and technologists’ right in the beating heart of the fastest growing ceramic industries anywhere in the World.

A perfect platform for international players to meet manufacturers from across the globe, Indian Ceramics 2013 edition witnessed visitors from over 30 countries, where Talleres Cortés S.L. could share firsthand impressions with manufacturers interested in new designs in relief for precision molds for the ceramic industry.

The Ceramic Tile Market in India is showing remarkable growth owing to the booming real estate sector along with the rising disposable income of the consumers. Consumers are becoming style conscious and this aesthetic sense of the consumers is leading to its increased consumption. Moreover, the user industries of ceramic tiles are also growing steadily due to its price competitiveness compared to marble leading to its increased demand from these sectors. This is further aided with the availability of ceramic tiles in various designs and different price slabs at various retail points along with the increased per capita income amongst the consumers.

As a result, special interest are valued leading companies as Talleres Cortés S.L. with all their new relief designs for its precision molds, especially designed for the new inkjet printing tiles technologies. All these factors are indicating towards the bright future of Indian ceramic tiles industry in the coming years.
The growth potential of ceramic tiles in India could be assessed from the fact that India stands at third position globally in the list of major ceramic tile manufacturers and consumers, and are always need of good partners as Talleres Cortés S.L. the ability to produce molds for ceramics industry capable of meeting the needs of molds in relief, including for inkjet printing

Demand for ceramic tiles are likely to show unmatched growth in the coming years with the introduction of innovative and designer tiles and increasing rate of urbanization.

It has been projected that more number of organized players will enter the ceramic tile market and manufacturers of traditional tiles will start producing ceramic tile in the near future as consumers have already started shifting from conventional tiles such as mosaic, granite and marble, among others to ceramic tiles.

Surely Talleres Cortés S.L. is ready to offer to all its current and potential customers all the support in terms of new relief designs and precision mold they may need, always with the highest quality and the highest level of customer service.

Source: www.researchandmarkets.com and www.indian-ceramics.com

Foto: Indian Ceramics in its eighth edition was hold in the University Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad (Gujarat – India), from the 19th to the 21st of March.

 It is the leading trade fair of its kind in India, concerning ceramics material, machinery, supplies and technology. With over 5,000 visitors, Indian Ceramics has become the most exciting exhibition for the industry: positioning suppliers and technologists' right in the beating heart of the fastest growing ceramic industries anywhere in the World.

 A perfect platform for international players to meet manufacturers from across the globe, Indian Ceramics 2013 edition witnessed visitors from over 30 countries, where Talleres Cortés S.L. could share firsthand impressions with manufacturers interested in new designs in relief for precision molds for the ceramic industry.

The Ceramic Tile Market in India is showing remarkable growth owing to the booming real estate sector along with the rising disposable income of the consumers. Consumers are becoming style conscious and this aesthetic sense of the consumers is leading to its increased consumption. Moreover, the user industries of ceramic tiles are also growing steadily due to its price competitiveness compared to marble leading to its increased demand from these sectors. This is further aided with the availability of ceramic tiles in various designs and different price slabs at various retail points along with the increased per capita income amongst the consumers. 

As a result, special interest are valued leading companies as Talleres Cortés S.L. with all their new relief designs for its precision molds, especially designed for the new inkjet printing tiles technologies.  All these factors are indicating towards the bright future of Indian ceramic tiles industry in the coming years.
The growth potential of ceramic tiles in India could be assessed from the fact that India stands at third position globally in the list of major ceramic tile manufacturers and consumers, and are always need of good partners as Talleres Cortés S.L. the ability to produce molds for ceramics industry capable of meeting the needs of molds in relief, including for inkjet printing

Demand for ceramic tiles are likely to show unmatched growth in the coming years with the introduction of innovative and designer tiles and increasing rate of urbanization.

It has been projected that more number of organized players will enter the ceramic tile market and manufacturers of traditional tiles will start producing ceramic tile in the near future as consumers have already started shifting from conventional tiles such as mosaic, granite and marble, among others to ceramic tiles. 

Surely Talleres Cortés S.L. is ready to offer to all its current and potential customers all the support in terms of new relief designs and precision mold they may need, always with the highest quality and the highest level of customer service.

Source: www.researchandmarkets.com and www.indian-ceramics.com