ALMATY, KAZAKHSTAN-- Levantina, a world leader in quarrying, producing and marketing natural stone, took part in Kazbuild for the first time. The trade fair was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, from September 2 to 5, 2014.

Levantina was in the ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) pavilion, among 13 Spanish construction industry companies. The company presented its new natural stone products, which included the highly-rated Crema Marfil marble from its Monto Coto quarry. 

Levantina's booth at Kazbuild. 

A complete range of marbles and granites were shown, including materials such as Lennon, a grayish granite with white and blue quartz features from Levantina's quarries in Brazil; Argos, a refined white marble from Greece characterized by its grayish veins and Marrón Emperador (brown), Amarillo Marés (yellow), Negro Markina (black) and Silvestre GT from quarries in Spain. These products are in great demand and Levantina distributes them worldwide.

The multinational company from Alicante also presented the latest Techlam thin porcelain products, including leather, a new finish that gives Techlam a second skin with the look and feel of leather.  The beauty of these materials results in sophisticated, unique settings, without sacrificing their characteristic strength and toughness.

Kazakhstan is the richest country in Central Asia and its economy is growing at an average rate of 8% per year. It is the main link between Asia and Europe and has become an essential partner for European exports.

As a consequence of the continual expansion of this multinational from Alicante, and in order to make the most of this unbeatable socioeconomic context, Levantina will use Kazbuild to present trends, new products and applications for the most exquisite natural stone.