RAK Ceramic expansion raises output by 30,000 square meters
The United Arab Emirates (UAE)’ Rak Ceramics has commissioned its tenth plant at its Ras Al-Khaimah manufacturing base. This is the company’s second expansion this year, stated a press release.
The new plant, equipped with four presses and two kilns will have a daily production capacity of 30,000 square meters of ceramic wall and floor tiles.
Established in 1991 with a humble production capacity of 5,000 square meters of ceramic tiles, RAK Ceramics is now and international producer of ceramics and gres porcellanato.
The company now operates 10 tile factories and two sanitary ware factories in Ras Al-Khaimah. The company produces 140,000 square meters of tiles and 5,000 pieces of Sanitary wares per day.
Rak has manufacturing plants in Bangladesh and Slovakia and plans to open a gres porcellanato plant in China early next year. The plant will have a production capacity of 15,000 square meters of tiles per day. Technologies such as easy oxide mixing, roll feed, MDR, double charge and dual charge will be used at the new facility. — (menareport.com)
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