Calculator Materiale
Cerere de oferta

Press Coverage

CERAMICA: 15% decline on the masonry materials market

Published in Agenda Constructiilor

The masonry materials manufacturer Ceramica Iasi estimates obtaining revenues of over one million euro in the next three years, by selling the new ceramic blocks BRAC, recently included in the offer. These products would thus hold over 10% of the turnover in 2013, company representatives aiming at a market share of 5% for this product.

Read more

The building materials market shows no sign of recovery – back to adobe!

Published in Evenimentul

The masonry market is stuck and demands patience before returning to the performances recorded in the economic boom years. Construction market players are afraid to make predictions, most of them accusing the inconsistencies in public policies and therefore the instability in the real economy.

Read more

"For BRAC, the new masonry material, we foresee spectacular sales"

Published in 100% Construct

Ceramica Iasi has launched a new masonry material, BRAC, and expects it to bring a 5% increase market share and sales of over one million lei in the next three years, according to the declaration of Iulian Mangalagiu, manager of Ceramica Iasi, to 100% construct.

Read more

Masonry manufacturers forced to increase prices

Published in Evenimentul

The Romanian brick market will stagnate in 2011, and manufacturers will be forced to increase prices by 5-10% in the following period, given that construction materials prices rose earlier this year, as did fuel and gas prices.

Read more

GV USOR 365/238 BRIKSTON CERAMIC BLOCKS

Published in Agenda Constructiilor

Brikston GVUsor 365/238 vertical hollow bricks are recommended for use in the manufacture of the frames structures for plastered masonry. 

Read more

Breaking the wall of the crisis

Published in Business Construct

The brick market, which had a spectacular evolution in years 2004-2008, hit a wall last year, when consumption dropped 30% in volume and 50% in value. The manufacturers were forced to adopt drastic measures such as closing down plants and laying off staff, but in the medium-term they bet on an upward trend. How will growth return? There are too few houses compared to demand, manufacturers say.

Read more

Ceramica S.A. plans to triple production

Published in Ziarul de Iasi

Ceramica S.A. announces it will take the brick market by storm. Recently, representatives of the Iasi plant have said that within two years the production capacity will triple. Moreover, the brick manufacturer aims to increase turnover by about 20% this year.

Read more

Ceramica Iasi launches BRIKSTON

Published in Bursa

Ceramica Iasi has officially launched the new brand Brikston, in front of a large audience consisting of architects, civil engineers, distributors, business partners and local journalists.

Read more

Brandient creates the Brikston brand for Ceramica Iasi

Published in Wall Street

Ceramica Iasi has a long tradition in the field of construction materials and the need for product identity became imperative considering that goods which until recently were considered commodities (bulk, lacking identity) began to be marketed under distinct identities.

Read more

Ceramica's process of increasing capacity will be completed in the first half of 2009

Published in Agenda Constructiilor

For January-November 2008 Ceramica Iasi reported a turnover of 54.45 million lei and a profit of 11.26 million lei. "The positive financial result is due to liquidities resulting from capital increase, the use of deposits and investments made ahead of schedule.

Read more

Ceramica CEO: Production will cover brick consumption only in 2011

Published in Wall Street

"We believe that market production will be able to cover brick consumption only in 2010-2011. Currently the imports of brick are around 20-25%", said Iulian Mangalagiu (photo), general manager of Ceramica Iasi, adding that the brick market progresses annually due to a growth in the construction sector in both urban and rural areas, translated in a higher number of authorizations issued and surfaces built.

Read more

Ceramica triples brick production

Published in Business Standard

The development of the residential market and the annual increase of the average built surface will lead to a 10% higher brick consumption over the next five years. Following investments in capacity expansion, Ceramica will provide, starting with 2009, the entire brick supply needed in Moldavia, stated Iulian Mangalagiu, general manager.

Read more