FOUNDED IN 1956, CERAMICA VALSECCHIA
IS ONE OF THE HISTORICAL COMPANIES IN THE SASSUOLO AREA, THE FIRST ESTABLISHED IN CASTELLARANO, ON THE LEFT BANK OF THE SECCHIA RIVER.
A PORCELAIN PRODUCTION ENTIRELY DEVELOPED IN OUR PLANTS USING NEXT-GENERATION TECHNOLOGY.
Ceramica Valsecchia is specialized in the production of porcelain stoneware floor and wall tiles with outstanding technical characteristics. A range of versatile solutions, suitable for different types of applications in both commercial and residential destinations.
Always extremely careful to all phases of the production cycle: from the design to the raw materials quality and the precision and modernity of the production systems.
A process that respects the concepts of sustainability and innovation towards a future that focuses on quality of life.
Ceramica Valsecchia is founded.
Initially a producer of red stoneware, it has been a leader for many years, specializing particularly in the production of materials with a high technical content.
At the beginning of the 90s, with the evolution of ceramic materials, it converted its production into fine porcelain stoneware, the ceramic material par excellence that includes, among the different types of ceramics for building, the highest quality standards.
With the transfer of the production plant from the historic headquarters in Castellarano to the current headquarters in Casalgrande, an ambitious plant modernization program began, equipping itself with the latest generation machinery, to meet the new needs of the market both from a qualitative and aesthetic point of view.
Every success story is a tale of constant adaptation, revision and change.
Ceramica Valsecchia opens the new decade with a new image: logo, corporate identity and website have been revisited in a current and dynamic way, to keep up with the rapidity of changes. A transformation that also reflects the introduction of some innovations: from the small glossy effect format to the large rectified formats, the product range is enriched with material and multi-format contaminations.