With over 1,600 employees,Levantinais a vertically integrated company with an international presence. Headquartered in Spain, the company has a broad range of quarry sites, manufacturing plants in multiple nations and 28 Stone Centers across the globe.

In terms of mining, the company has the largest Crema Marfil quarry in the world, and its quarry sites are distributed throughout different countries, such as Spain, Portugal and Brazil, and in addition to the famous Monte Coto quarry in Alicante, from which Crema Marfil is extracted, sites include Spanish Gold, Dark Emperador, Mistral, Niwala Yellow, Niwala White and many more.

On the manufacturing side, Levantina has reached a capacity of 118 million square (11 million square meters) of material per year. Its nine manufacturing plants are strategically located throughout the world, including seven factories in Spain, one factory in Brazil and one in Morocco.

Levantina’s products are sold to 110 countries, and its product line includes an in-depth range of marble, limestone, sandstone, granite and Techlam®, a groundbreaking ceramic product with a thickness of only 3 mm.

Developments in granite

The Levantina Granite Collection is a line of original and exclusive materials for granite countertops, and the materials were selected to be in line with the latest trends in decor and interior design. These stones have optimum hardness and durability, and they are available in unusual and exotic varieties from all over the world. The blocks are processed Levantina’s factory in Porriño, Spain.

Levantina Granite Collection slabs are treated with a revolutionary antibacterial treatment that is unique in the granite sector, making the material ideal for use in food preparation areas.

Slabs in the Granite Collection also receive premium anti-stain treatment during the manufacturing process, and they also have optimum heat resistance.

One example of the company’s growth in granite production is the material Lennon, which is extracted from one of Levantina’s many company-owned quarries. It is located in the state of Goiás, Brazil.

Lennon is characterized by its large gray crystals with bluish and white tones as well as long mica crystals. It is sold in both slabs and tiles, and its characteristics allow for the following finishes: polished, honed, sandblasted, riverwashed, leather and flamed.

The stone is one of the core products in the Granite Collection, and it is widely used as a countertop for kitchens and bathrooms. Moreover, its neutral tone makes it easy to be combined with other materials, and its versatility allows it to be used on floors and walls in both indoor and outdoor applications.

New Marble Center

Recently, Levantina opened its most important distribution center for Crema Marfil. The Levantina Marble Center allows for ideal customer interaction and an overall buying experience that is very positive. It is a spacious area, with more than 215,000 square feet (20,000 sq.m). The facility has a high-grade illumination system that allows customers to select Crema Marfil in an atmosphere that engages them, and it also has a relaxation area where visitors can take a break during their visit.

In all, more than 2.15 million square feet (200,000 sq.m) of Crema Marfil is available.

A partner in projects

Levantina has partnered with renowned architects to supply landmark stone projects around the world. The J.W. Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai, for example, highlights the quality and exclusivity of Levantina materials for high-end projects and its commitment to the international hotel sector. Recently, the company supplied material for hotels such as The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina and The One & Only Royal Mirage, both in Dubai, as well as the exclusive Hotel Hilton Conrad Algarve in Portugal, the first six-star hotel in Europe.

Over the years, Levantina has worked with noted architects such as Bruce Fairbanks, Richard Rogers, Antonio Lamela, Eva Jiricna Architects London, Vidal y Asociados Arquitectos, Aidhos Studio, Nilsson Architects and Archgroup Consultants.