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ITT Ceramic attends the Beaumont Tiles National Retail Conference 2018 in Australia

The Saniceramic Group company presents its extensive catalogue of ceramic solutions in Melbourne

ITT Ceramic will be present at the National Retail Conference 2018 of Beaumont Tiles, Melbourne (Australia), from 20 to 22 July. The aim of this event is to bring together representatives of the more than 110 points of sale that the host company has throughout the country and in the same ITT Ceramic will have the opportunity to present its extensive catalog of ceramic solutions to the delegates of Beaumont Tiles and specialists in the distribution of building materials and in the implementation of all types of interior design and decoration projects.

In this way, ITT Ceramic will showcase the many possibilities of its 100% Made in Spain collections of porcelain, technical porcelain, large-format sintered ceramic Arklam, white body, red body and stoneware, for all types of applications such as flooring and wall tiles, both indoors and outdoors.


The 2017 edition of the annual Beaumont Tiles meeting, held in Sydney’s Novotel Olympic Park, was attended by more than 250 people, including Australia’s leading distributors, who had the opportunity to participate in various activities, such as the annual awards with which the firm recognizes the work of its franchisees.

Beaumont has central warehouses and distribution centres in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and has over 55 years of experience in the Australian market. In addition, the company plans to begin an international expansion plan to double its sales in the next five years and plans to open 65 additional stores nationwide by 2022.

Without a doubt, this is a magnificent opportunity to consolidate the presence of ITT Ceramic in Australia, a country whose per capita GDP is among the 5 richest in the world and to which Spain exported products worth almost 1,400 million euros in 2016. In this respect, it should be noted that the construction sector is one of the most important drivers of the Australian economy and major projects such as the underground and the new Sydney airport will be developed in the coming years.