Large-Scale Production / Processing Plants / Quarrying Sites / International Coverage

Gramazini marks two decades of stone production

January 5, 2012
/ Print / Reprints /
ShareMore
/ Text Size+
Founded by João Antonio Thomazini and Maria Rita Debona Thomazini, in Cachoeiro De Itapemirim, ES, Brazil, Gramazini has enjoyed more than 20 years in the ornamental stone sector. The company has been striving to build up a solid business and meet future challenges. One of the outcomes of those efforts is diversifying the company actions in the market, which includes Brazil, the U.S., Europe and Asia.

feature

Gramazini is continually investing in its production facilities and other company infrastructure.

Investments to research and open new quarries have always been one of the Gramazini’s priorities, which guarantee consistent supply and the ability to meet market demands.

Gramazini has developed a solid market for several materials, highlighting the quarries of Timbalada, Golden Crystal, Mascarello, Mascalzoni, Golden Taupe, Mascaratto, New Ornamental, New Venetian Gold, White Dallas and others.

Gramazini’s facility is established in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, and its machinery includes gangsaws, a high-efficiency polish line, a resin line, tile production, and the warehouse, which is located 87 miles from the port in Vitoria.

A new industrial site was also developed at Barra de São Francisco in Espirito Santo. The company’s blockyard is strategically placed in Barra de São Francisco, and with thousands of square meters, the facility will be upgraded to become a modern industrial plant. The location was chosen to be in proximity of the most important Gramazini quarries, which should guarantee faster distribution.

Gramazini is also investing in a multi-wire saw machine to increase the slab production, an Italian polishing line with high production capability and warehouses in order to stock the new production. The construction should be concluded by 2012.

“The greatest challenge of Gramazini is to promote and to enhance new products and the business, which guarantees the future of the company with ethics and sustainability,” said John Lucas Thomazini, the current CEO and the oldest son of the company’s founder.                        

 

 

Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Stone World 

You must login or register in order to post a comment.

Multimedia

Videos

Image Galleries

October 2014 Stone World Stone Products Online Gallery

Check out the latest products from stone companies.

Stone World Magazine

Stone World October 2014 cover

2014 October

Featured on the cover of this issue is the Colorado Yule quarry in Marble, CO, which was recently purchased by Italian stone producer, R.E.D. Graniti.

Table Of Contents Subscribe

Contemporary Stone & Tile Design Magazine

CSTD Fall 2014 cover

2014 Fall

In this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design, we take a look at the latest developments in TPT, with a feature article and you can read more comments from Waldrep on this subject as well as other industry professionals.

Table Of Contents Subscribe

STONE STANDARD

Are you aware of the new stone standard – ANSI/NSC 373 Sustainability Assessment for Natural Dimension Stone?
View Results Poll Archive

The Stone World Store

How_To_Polish_&_Restore_Mar.gif
How to Polish & Restore Marble Flooring

This video will show you step-by-step how to resurface and polish marble flooring from grinding and removing lippage and scratches to achieving a highly reflective polish.

More Products

Stone Industry Education

Stone Industry Education

From fabrication...to installation...to marketing and much more!  We provide natural stone professionals with stone knowledge and education they can count on, as well as great networking opportunities. Click here to go to Stone Industry Education.

STAY CONNECTED

facebook logo Twitter  YouTubeGoogle+

Vertical Sector Focus: Critical Infrastructures

criticalhomepagethumbFrom terrorism to vandalism, it’s preparedness, response, training and partnerships. Learn about some of the critical security issues facing this sector.

Visit the Critical Infrastructure page to read more.