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Realonda bets for its growth when it comes to a continuous improvement of the quality of their processes, products and services. Because of this attitude, Realonda has implemented a quality system according to UNE EN ISO 9001, which establishes the requirements for quality assurance at the stages of design, development, production and marketing.

Manufacturing ceramic is a critical process where many variables affect: machines, rollers, ink, enamels, press, kiln, etc. Realonda has adapted itself to technological changes to offer its customers a high quality product and excellent service.

We not only offer ceramic products to our customers but a set of services with a common denominator: the spirit of excellence.


‘World Leader and Trendsetter in Affordable Designer Luxury in Bathroom Solution’

Bravat, By Dietsche was born in Black Forest, Baden – Wuerttemberg, Germany a region which has always been known for its history and culture of technological innovation and sophisticated machinery, where world famous enterprises such as Mercedes Benz, Bosch and Porsche are headquartered.

The range consists of five major categories of Bath ware which are: Faucets, Ceramics, Bathtubs, Shower Cubicles and Bathroom furniture.

Bravat’s International design and engineering team gathers various talents from around the world and brings to the most discerning customers, products which not only have design edge but are a technological marvel. Water saver, self cleaning aerators, high flow, cartridges, 3-exit diverter bath mixer, PVDF finishing, rust free, touch technology, chromo therapy, dirt resistance, long lasting lustre, low water absorption, high density ceramic body with nano coating are some of the unique technologies that BRAVAT range has in its basket.

Growing affluence, exposure to international brands and appreciation of good design and quality are transforming the Indian bathroom industry. Bravat hopes that the Indian people/designers will appreciate the quality and luxury that Bravat is bringing to India. We believe that it will be a game changer in the Indian Bath Fittings Industry and also across the globe.


Founded by Gianni Tonin more than 30 years ago, Tonin Casa has been, since the very beginning, a perfect example of passion, elegance and research in the furniture business.

In 1975, its main activity was the production of shoe cabinets and classical furniture, publishing the first catalogue in 1982. Due to its success and the trust from our clientele, at the beginning of the nineties, they started the production of modern furniture, together with publishing of specific dedicated catalogues and the expansion to areas beyond Northern ltaly.

Since then, TONIN CASA has been in a continuous development and growing, engage into worldwide sales and exporting the values of “Made in Italy”, with products which reassume beauty and functionality.


Atlas Concorde is a benchmark player in the entire ceramic tile industry and one of the most important and solid companies worldwide. Its mission is to provide interior designers, architects and the most demanding customers with ceramic solutions suitable for every destination of use, ensuring an aesthetic appeal that is in line with market needs and, at the same time, combine them with excellent technical performance. In its forty years of activity, Atlas Concorde has been synonymous with strength, ethics and reliability, with positive financial results since foundation and an annual turnover exceeding 200 million Euros in 2013. A veritable reality that, every year, wins the confidence and trust of over 2,700 customers in more than 100 countries.

Since the very beginning (1969), Atlas Concorde has proactively contributed to the evolution of ceramic tiles, introducing technological and aesthetic innovations that have become a point of reference for the entire ceramic industry.


In the twenty-first century it would be utopian to want to “stop the world” “go back to the past” and “stop consumptions”. It isn’t possible to do so and this isn’t even the right way to save our plant. We should therefore worry about the lack of raw materials in the future, when the rest of the world, that is now developing, will be able to afford the same well-being we have already enjoyed.

This is why Valcucine is continuously researching into innovative technologies that make it possible to dematerialise production. This research has resulted in the invention of products that cut the quantity of materials and energy used down to a minimum.

At the same time, in order to have the least possible impact on nature’s cycle, the company develops recyclable and durable products and facilitates the reutilisation of discarded materials in order to produce less waste.

Valcucine’s aesthetic research innovates products by pursuing a customisation in which the space for creativity grows as time goes by. The recovery of a contemporary style of handicraft workmanship has made it possible to make inlays on wood and decors on glass that reproduce real works of art. This is how furniture can take on features that make it really unique, because every element can be personalised as the purchaser desires.

Consequently, the path of technological innovation becomes an opportunity and an incentive to research aimed at giving concrete solutions to the real needs of a customer.


Since the past few decades, Cotto has been devoted to creating high-quality products. Now, they have become the leader of building surface covering material and residential sanitary wares. With products of highest quality and service of world-class standard, ‘Cotto’ brand is always recognized by consumers all across the globe for tiles and sanitary.

Starting from 1979, SCG Group has commenced the manufacture of mosaic tiles for exporting to Europe, USA and Japan. This marks the origin of the brand which has been running business of ceramic tiles until the present day.

Later in 1984, Cotto and Toto (Japan) Co., Ltd, the world’s leading sanitary ware manufacturer, had together established a joint venture for manufacture and distribution of high-quality and beautiful vitreous sanitary ware in response to consumer preferences.

In 2012, COTTO has taken another big leap to become a global brand with a new concept; “Share the world pleasure.” COTTO was selected to participate in MILAN Design Week 2012. COTTO has exhibited our unique designs and technologies through the concept ‘Fiume Del Paradiso’ or ‘River of Paradise’ with great feedbacks from designers around the world, proving COTTO’s passion for seeking new aesthetics around the world and sharing them with both Thai and foreign people through our high-quality products with superb and innovative design.


The philosophy: Design is an absolute value.

Function becomes an aesthetic symbol and bath fittings are elevated to furnishing details which represents lifestyle and personality. For this reason, Newform is continuously looking for new stylistic and technological solutions not only within the boundary of the industry, but with an equal eye on the fashion world.

Every Newform product becomes a real synthesis of quality, pure design and a charismatic style, adapted to satisfy any different taste.


SCG was established in 1913 in Thailand following a royal decree of His Majesty King Rama VI to produce cement, the main building material for infrastructure projects that greatly contributed to the progress of the country during that period. Since its founding, SCG has grown continually and diversified into three core businesses, namely SCG Cement-Building Materials, SCG Packaging and SCG Chemicals. Since the beginning, innovation was their core strategy. They aim to bring customers high performing products and services whilst striving for energy efficiency and sustainability. R&D is central to their ability to innovate and is the key driver of their future success. Scientists and engineers continually strive to create new products and improve production processes. Right now they have over 400 researchers and product developers, many of those have PhDs working in several research centers including: center for petrochemical, polymer and plastic research; center for pulp and paper research; center for cement and concrete research; center for information technology; center for building material innovation and corporate technology office for new technology and business acquisition.