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Siti B&T Group supplies new plant to Pakistan’s Master Tile

May 2019

Master Tiles, a leading Pakistani ceramic group founded in 1982, is set to install a new complete plant supplied by SITI B&T Group in its facility in Gujranwala, Punjab.

The investment, valued at Euro 37 million, will increase tile production capacity from 15 to 40 million sq. metres per annum, establishing the Pakistani group as one of the largest players in Asia in terms of volume.  At the same time the improvement in quality will make it more competitive in the international marketplace.  The plant will be delivered over the next 12 months.

Latest-generation hi-tech technologies and sustainability are the distinctive characteristics of the new production line developed by SITI B&T Group, a plant that combines production efficiency and energy saving in every stage of the process, creating finished products with outstanding technical and aesthetic qualities.

Siti B&T’s turnkey plants feature innovative technologies, including kilns with patented Titanium technology, high-tonnage EVO presses, digital decorating machines from Projecta Engineering, and Ancora machines for surface finishing of ceramic products.

In 2018 the Siti B&T Group posted consolidated sales revenues of Euro 206.2 million (up 1.4% on 2017) and double-digit growth in margins (EBITDA up 12% and net profit up 27%).

More at: http://www.sitibt.com

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