Keen to accompany the Iranian economy on its “new path” opened up by the recent lifting of international sanctions and the high demand for foreign investment in all sectors of the economy, Sacmi Heavy Clay will soon be flying to Esfahan, the very heart of the Iranian heavy clay and building ceramics industry, to present potential investors with a comprehensive overview of Sacmi’s Heavy Clay Division and its innovative plant engineering solutions that could support local industry in the modernization and expansion of the construction industry.
With the advantage of many years’ experience on the Iranian market, especially in the ceramic technology sector, the Sacmi Group aspires, with this event, to reinforce its presence in the area. All the local industry’s major businesses and producers have been invited to the event, which will also be attended by functionaries and representatives of the Iranian Ministry of Industry and Mining and researchers and professors from the Technical University of Teheran.
The advantages of the solutions proposed by Sacmi Heavy Clay include high levels of automation, lower labour costs and energy and emissions savings. These pivotal aspects are the result of decades of investment and know-how in both kiln development (Sacmi Forni) and in handling and process automation (Cosmec).