100% MADE IN ITALY
- Casalgrande Padana adopts an industrial policy that is powerfully focussed on technological innovation and environmental sustainability.
- The Company is intensively engaged in research and experimentation for continuous product improvement in terms of appearance and performance.
- All its manufacturing, research and innovation take place in 100% Italian-based plants and laboratories.
In pursuit of the best
Every stage in the process is constantly monitored: from the selection of the raw materials to storage; from the grinding of the blend to the mixing and cooking of the tiles; from the manufacturing process to quality control on the end products; from unfailing technical training to effective professional assistance, evidence of the Company’s efforts to improve its manufacturing processes and pursue the highest standards ever.
- 6 factories at the heart of the world’s most important ceramic district
- 700,000 square metres of industrial sites
- 1,000 employees
- 80% of production accounted for by unglazed stoneware tiles
- 24,000,000 square metres of stoneware tiles a year, all made in Italy
- 70 countries in 5 continents, served by its widespread sales network
Solutions, not products
Entirely made of natural raw materials, Casalgrande Padana’s stoneware is manufactured through a closed-circuit process that stands out for an extremely low environmental impact. The Company’s ceramic products go far beyond the usual products you can find on the market, as they are fit for any purpose or type of building.
However, Casalgrande Padana is not just a supplier, it gives pride of place to service and design consulting, with the highest executive and architectural standards in mind.
Approximately 80% of Casalgrande Padana’s production is currently devoted to unglazed porcelain stoneware, a high-performing versatile material with excellent technical characteristics and superior aesthetic quality.
Casalgrande Padana was an internationally forerunner in developing this special kind of finish, playing an important role in the material proving suitable to a wide range of architectural uses.