Cerámicas Mora, Illescas, Spain/Spanien

Cerámicas Mora achieves flexibility combined
with high quality standards within a new type
of combination plant

In its new plant for facing bricks and façade tiles at ­Illescas, south of Madrid, the Spanish brick manufacturer Cerámicas Mora relies on a new type of technology devised by Lingl and a slim works concept which is able to produce various high-quality products with relatively low manufacturing costs.

1 Introduction

Cerámicas Mora, Illescas, situated south of Madrid, was founded more than 50 years ago and has been producing a wide range of ceramic products in this centrally positioned manufacturing plant, ideally situated to supply the whole of Spain.

Cerámicas Mora was one of the first brick manufacturers in Spain to operate a tunnel kiln. In 2004, after having carried out two previous plant extensions in 1977 and 1978, Cerámicas Mora decided again to increase productivity of the plant by working together with Lingl on a new project. Since the end of 2006, the company has been producing...

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