Ceramic Instruments is looking forward to a year of growth in 2022.
Following a remarkable performance in 2021 when turnover exceeded pre-pandemic levels, the company is planning major investments despite the uncertainties arising from the delicate international situation.
In its 45th anniversary year, Ceramic Instruments will embark on operations aimed at improving its sales and after-sales services as well as opening a new headquarters. In June, the company will move to Via Braida 50 in Fiorano Modenese, where it will have new offices, a logistics centre and a modern showroom. At the new headquarters, the company will continue its investment in research and development aimed at guaranteeing an increasingly high-quality product offering for customers (including leading Italian and international tile and glaze manufacturers), in full compliance with standards applicable to ceramic surfaces.
Founded in 1977 by Primo Ferrari, whom company staff remember with great fondness just a few months after his death, Ceramic Instruments will be presenting its latest innovations for the ceramic laboratory at Tecna 2022 (Rimini, 27-30 September).