The development of Taiwan’s ceramics industry can be traced back to the Neolithic Period. The evolution of each period and changes in technology and market of the time continued to drive the development, leading to vigorous advancements in Taiwan’s ceramics industry.
Since the start of the 1990s, Taiwan’s ceramics industry has grown fairly mature. As the domestic and foreign economic trading boomed, the ceramics industry experienced its most rapid growth period of all times, producing many kinds of ceramic products.
For these reasons from Talleres Cortés S.L we are confident that all our products will be very well received, especially the molds for the ceramic industry and all the relief designs for inkjet systems.
Taiwan’s annual production of ceramic tiles reached a historical height in 1994, but has since been declining due to a downturn in the domestic construction market. It only picked up again after the recovery of the real estate in 2007, but the number of manufacturers and sales has been decreasing year by year. Although tile production has greatly reduced in recent years, companies in the ceramic tile industry are investing several billions of dollars in recent years in acquiring new equipment, greatly improving their techniques and productivity, and making the quality and price of Taiwan’s ceramic tiles more competitive.
Technological Providers as Talleres Cortés S.L can reinforce this commitment to quality, as molds for the ceramic industry and relief designs for inkjet systems we manufacture meet the highest expectations that may be desired, always offering our customers solutions that allow them to offer the best final product.
The constant product innovation and development is transforming this product into a sophisticated commodity, leaving in its trail a market of low-price competition, and helping the ceramics industry to restructure itself by developing a good profit model.
Even more, assured quality will help Taiwanese tiles compete against substandard products. And this is why Taiwan’s tile manufacturers have a new quality verification system; the government-administered “MIT Smile Logo”: it is an image with a smiling emoticon on the middle, is issued for tiles that pass tests for radiation volume, anti-slipping, and release of lead and cadmium.
Sources: China Economic News Service and Taiwan Ceramics.