Markets: Selling Stone

“What are the costs to France of importing natural stone?“ asks a study by the French stone association

The SNROC association presented a typically French perspective on the sustainability subject at the Rocalia trade fair in December 2023

Reclaimed Collection from British Lapicida company: Walking on History

Reused stone and terracotta tiles can tell the story how they came to their picturesque patina

Brazil’s stone exports 2023: by value -13.4% compared to the previous year, yet still above the magic US$ 1 billion mark

Probably, also the other big export countries will have negative balance sheets in 2023, as one could already guess from the quarterly figures

Rede Rochas is a network of Brazilian stonemasonry companies that, among other things, cooperate in buying and in recycling leftover pieces

The community in the state of Ceará is the result of an initiative by various associations

By recycling the stone powder, the natural stone sector can earn additional points in its life cycle assessments and EPDs

As part of the “Marmomac Meets Academies“ presentation at the Verona trade fair, Professor Giuseppe Fallacara from the Politecnico in Bari raised the topic

In Sweden, the Natural Stone Association is fletching its teeth at fakes from the ceramics industry

Tile companies there have marketed their products under local natural stone names / Also “Jura” is used as fake

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