Euroceramiche

Floors, panelling, wood flooring, laminate flooring

A leading company, a leading producer

Every year, on average, Gardenia manufactures a total of 5 million meters of ceramics, of which 2.5 million in bi-tech and 2.5 million in fine porcelain stonewarems. It also produces all the special pieces and decors.

The 400 employees who work every day at the company’s facilities, on a total 400,000 m² area, can enjoy a stimulating workplace that is built around a goal of constant improvement and is designed for their safety and comfort.

The Group handles the entire manufacturing cycle, directly managing every stage of creating its ceramics, from glazes to special trims, including craftsmanship and hand decoration techniques, which are typical of the finest traditions of the sector.

A flexible, modern, well-organized service

An integrated, flexible organizational structure like the one of the Ceramiche Gardenia Orchidea group makes it possible to rely on an extremely vast, impressive sales network, which can handle the flow of information between the company and the market to constantly monitor trends and quickly respond to the needs of the POS and the end user.

The Group’s sales division allows Gardenia and its brands to operate in a rapid, structured manner throughout Italy and the world-wide. Now more than ever, the company can guarantee excellent standards of efficiency in the management of its automated warehouse, which allows the material delivery in just 48 hours.

A leading company that expresses the spirit of today and hints at the style of tomorrow

Gardenia ceramics are the result of in-depth research into materials, finishes, and decorations; the company’s technical staff and product managers work side-by-side with architects and designers. The home is the true focus of Gardenia’s R&D work, creating products that are always designed for a very specific kind of living space. These ceramics embody new tastes and new concepts of space, following the path of architecture. The use of highly textured natural materials like wood and marble, and the redefinition of space through the uniformity and continuity of glass and metal surfaces are trends that Gardenia has captured and translated into new ceramics.

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