Kerakoll Group has merged its two British subsidiaries - Kerakoll UK and Tilemaster Adhesives - into one organisation. The merged company will have a single management team coordinating all activities, thus creating synergies which will allow the Group to better position itself in the market.
The company is targeting ambitious growth, with a £30 million investment plan for a new cutting-edge production plant that will consolidate the Group’s position as a key player in this sector of the British market. The combination of the distinctive skills of Tilemaster (which was acquired in 2017, and Kerakoll will allow the company to further strengthen the bond with their key stakeholders - retailers, contractors, fixers, and specifiers - offering them greater opportunities in terms of both product and service.
“This new organisational structure, represents a great opportunity to become a leader in the UK market by offering excellent products, technologies and services,” says Vincenzo Asta, Kerakoll Group’s International Business Market Co-ordinator. “We are certain that our outstanding professionalism and the quality of our team will give us the opportunity to achieve these ambitious growth targets in the years to come.”
"Our aim is to create a state-of-the art company capable of responding quickly to the growing complexities and challenges of a highly competitive market by getting closer and closer to our customers,” says Filippo Iacconi, Kerakoll UK’s Managing Director. “Our starting point will be this new integrated commercial structure representing both of our brands and our target markets, Ceramics and Flooring, over the whole territory. Over the next five-year period, from 2020 to 2024, countless activities and projects will be launched as part of our £30 million investment plan.”
More at: https://www.kerakoll.com/en
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