Online New Product Gallery

By submitting a product for the gallery, your company consents to the terms below. 

Terms:

Products must qualify as new as defined below:

A product qualifies as new if it is manufactured or exclusively distributed by a company and was introduced to the marketplace since April 8, 2022, the last day of Coverings 2022.

OFFICIAL RULES

Set forth below are a list of rules (the “Rules”) applicable to the Online New Product Gallery being sponsored by International Tile Exposition, a joint venture t/a Coverings (“Coverings”). By submitting any materials to Coverings for use with respect to the Online New Product Gallery (the “Materials”), you acknowledge and agree to each of the following terms:

You must be a Coverings 2023 exhibitor to enter new products in the Online New Product Gallery. If you submit more than one product into the online gallery, all rules below apply to all product entries.

“New” means the product must have been first sold at any level of distribution since April 8, 2022. All new product entries are subject to approval. Coverings reserves the right to remove/disqualify any product that it believes does not qualify as new.

The number of product submissions per exhibitor is limited to (7) seven.

There is no entry fee to submit a product for the Online New Product Gallery.

All submissions must be received by Monday, February 27, 2023.

The Online New Product Gallery will be available online on the website and mobile app.

Coverings may in its sole discretion elect not to include a product in its 2023 Online New Product Gallery.

You grant a perpetual royalty free license to Coverings for the use of the Materials as part of the Online New Product Gallery.

Coverings may make any stylistic edits to submission entries that it deems to be appropriate, in its commercially reasonable judgement.

Any legal dispute relating to these Rules or the Online New Product Gallery will be resolved by Arbitration in Arlington, Virginia before a single arbitrator under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association.

In no event shall the aggregate liability of Coverings to you with respect to the Online New Product Showcase exceed US $500.00.

In no event shall any joint venture member of Coverings have any direct liability to you with respect to the Online New Product Gallery with your recourse being limited solely to the assets of Coverings.

GRESTONE

Anagni,  FR 
Italy
  • Booth: 4167


 Show Specials

  • Smart Spacer System®: the laying technology for interlocking outdoor paving with integrated spacers

    An innovative system for sustainable porcelain stoneware for outdoor paving, designed to reduce laying times and to obtain workmanlike grouts

    Smart Spacer System® is the cutting-edge technology that involves the presence of spacers on the side of the tile to determine the minimum grout to be adopted, without the need to use adhesives, concrete, cement or similar. Thanks to the technology of the spacers integrated in the body of the porcelain stoneware tile, it is possible to quickly create the grouts, avoiding waste of material and long delays, often caused by the glues commonly used when laying outdoor flooring.

  • Smart Spacer System®: the laying technology for interlocking outdoor paving with integrated spacers

    An innovative system for sustainable porcelain stoneware for outdoor paving, designed to reduce laying times and to obtain workmanlike grouts

    Smart Spacer System® is the cutting-edge technology that involves the presence of spacers on the side of the tile to determine the minimum grout to be adopted, without the need to use adhesives, concrete, cement or similar. Thanks to the technology of the spacers integrated in the body of the porcelain stoneware tile, it is possible to quickly create the grouts, avoiding waste of material and long delays, often caused by the glues commonly used when laying outdoor flooring.


 Press Releases

  • (20240408)
    Company background
    Saxa Gres is an entrepreneurial group established in 2015, headquartered in Anagni, in the province of Frosinone. As a matter of fact, it represents Central Italy’s largest industrial hub in the ceramic sector, thanks to the acquisition of the former Ideal Standard plants located in Roccasecca, Tagina plants located in Gualdo Tadino.
    An entrepreneurial group with a green vocation, which aims at implementing the principles of the circular economy in the ceramic sector. Circular refers to the manufacturing methods of materials made with a mix of ash and clay coming from local quarries and incinerators, which ensure the award of the Ecolabel certification to products with the highest Green component.
    Circular also refers to the path that has led to relaunching historic plants in crisis-hit areas, otherwise destined for closure, with the successful rehiring of some 500 employers. In order to salvage employment and to boost the skills of those being already employed for years in the sector, the whole production has been concentrated at these sites.
    The successful intuition of the Group's founder and President, Francesco Borgomeo, was precisely that of recovering plants that were close to being abandoned, relaunching them thanks to the implementation of the principles of sustainability and environmental protection, and enhancing the skills of the workforce.
    Saxa Gres produces porcelain stoneware tiles in different cuts and thicknesses  and extra-thick sizes (from 2cm to 6.5cm) for all types of outdoor environments and street furniture.  In 2018 the company has launched the Grestone line products, which include the "nuova pietra Ceramica" made of up to 30% of materials originating from waste, realised in various types of thicknesses, from 2cm to 6.5cm, capable of responding to stress unimaginable for any ceramic surface so far, offering new opportunities for urban design.
    In 2019, the group begins the production of the world's first porcelain stoneware sanpietrino. The catalog includes a wide range of cobblestones, capable of reproducing the aesthetic peculiarities typical of handcraftsmanship. Especially appreciated by city administrations are the so called 'parking' cobblestones; this product line, with white or blue ceramic heads, is literally able to reproduce on the ground the stripes of urban parking lots. The advantage lies in the total absence of periodic maintenance (i.e. stripes repainting), as Grestone cobblestones are practically eternal.

     
  • (20240408)
    Company background
    Saxa Gres is an entrepreneurial group established in 2015, headquartered in Anagni, in the province of Frosinone. As a matter of fact, it represents Central Italy’s largest industrial hub in the ceramic sector, thanks to the acquisition of the former Ideal Standard plants located in Roccasecca, Tagina plants located in Gualdo Tadino.
    An entrepreneurial group with a green vocation, which aims at implementing the principles of the circular economy in the ceramic sector. Circular refers to the manufacturing methods of materials made with a mix of ash and clay coming from local quarries and incinerators, which ensure the award of the Ecolabel certification to products with the highest Green component.
    Circular also refers to the path that has led to relaunching historic plants in crisis-hit areas, otherwise destined for closure, with the successful rehiring of some 500 employers. In order to salvage employment and to boost the skills of those being already employed for years in the sector, the whole production has been concentrated at these sites.
    The successful intuition of the Group's founder and President, Francesco Borgomeo, was precisely that of recovering plants that were close to being abandoned, relaunching them thanks to the implementation of the principles of sustainability and environmental protection, and enhancing the skills of the workforce.
    Saxa Gres produces porcelain stoneware tiles in different cuts and thicknesses  and extra-thick sizes (from 2cm to 6.5cm) for all types of outdoor environments and street furniture.  In 2018 the company has launched the Grestone line products, which include the "nuova pietra Ceramica" made of up to 30% of materials originating from waste, realised in various types of thicknesses, from 2cm to 6.5cm, capable of responding to stress unimaginable for any ceramic surface so far, offering new opportunities for urban design.
    In 2019, the group begins the production of the world's first porcelain stoneware sanpietrino. The catalog includes a wide range of cobblestones, capable of reproducing the aesthetic peculiarities typical of handcraftsmanship. Especially appreciated by city administrations are the so called 'parking' cobblestones; this product line, with white or blue ceramic heads, is literally able to reproduce on the ground the stripes of urban parking lots. The advantage lies in the total absence of periodic maintenance (i.e. stripes repainting), as Grestone cobblestones are practically eternal.

     
  • (20240408)
    Company background
    Saxa Gres is an entrepreneurial group established in 2015, headquartered in Anagni, in the province of Frosinone. As a matter of fact, it represents Central Italy’s largest industrial hub in the ceramic sector, thanks to the acquisition of the former Ideal Standard plants located in Roccasecca, Tagina plants located in Gualdo Tadino.
    An entrepreneurial group with a green vocation, which aims at implementing the principles of the circular economy in the ceramic sector. Circular refers to the manufacturing methods of materials made with a mix of ash and clay coming from local quarries and incinerators, which ensure the award of the Ecolabel certification to products with the highest Green component.
    Circular also refers to the path that has led to relaunching historic plants in crisis-hit areas, otherwise destined for closure, with the successful rehiring of some 500 employers. In order to salvage employment and to boost the skills of those being already employed for years in the sector, the whole production has been concentrated at these sites.
    The successful intuition of the Group's founder and President, Francesco Borgomeo, was precisely that of recovering plants that were close to being abandoned, relaunching them thanks to the implementation of the principles of sustainability and environmental protection, and enhancing the skills of the workforce.
    Saxa Gres produces porcelain stoneware tiles in different cuts and thicknesses  and extra-thick sizes (from 2cm to 6.5cm) for all types of outdoor environments and street furniture.  In 2018 the company has launched the Grestone line products, which include the "nuova pietra Ceramica" made of up to 30% of materials originating from waste, realised in various types of thicknesses, from 2cm to 6.5cm, capable of responding to stress unimaginable for any ceramic surface so far, offering new opportunities for urban design.
    In 2019, the group begins the production of the world's first porcelain stoneware sanpietrino. The catalog includes a wide range of cobblestones, capable of reproducing the aesthetic peculiarities typical of handcraftsmanship. Especially appreciated by city administrations are the so called 'parking' cobblestones; this product line, with white or blue ceramic heads, is literally able to reproduce on the ground the stripes of urban parking lots. The advantage lies in the total absence of periodic maintenance (i.e. stripes repainting), as Grestone cobblestones are practically eternal.

     
  • (20240408)
    Company background
    Saxa Gres is an entrepreneurial group established in 2015, headquartered in Anagni, in the province of Frosinone. As a matter of fact, it represents Central Italy’s largest industrial hub in the ceramic sector, thanks to the acquisition of the former Ideal Standard plants located in Roccasecca, Tagina plants located in Gualdo Tadino.
    An entrepreneurial group with a green vocation, which aims at implementing the principles of the circular economy in the ceramic sector. Circular refers to the manufacturing methods of materials made with a mix of ash and clay coming from local quarries and incinerators, which ensure the award of the Ecolabel certification to products with the highest Green component.
    Circular also refers to the path that has led to relaunching historic plants in crisis-hit areas, otherwise destined for closure, with the successful rehiring of some 500 employers. In order to salvage employment and to boost the skills of those being already employed for years in the sector, the whole production has been concentrated at these sites.
    The successful intuition of the Group's founder and President, Francesco Borgomeo, was precisely that of recovering plants that were close to being abandoned, relaunching them thanks to the implementation of the principles of sustainability and environmental protection, and enhancing the skills of the workforce.
    Saxa Gres produces porcelain stoneware tiles in different cuts and thicknesses  and extra-thick sizes (from 2cm to 6.5cm) for all types of outdoor environments and street furniture.  In 2018 the company has launched the Grestone line products, which include the "nuova pietra Ceramica" made of up to 30% of materials originating from waste, realised in various types of thicknesses, from 2cm to 6.5cm, capable of responding to stress unimaginable for any ceramic surface so far, offering new opportunities for urban design.
    In 2019, the group begins the production of the world's first porcelain stoneware sanpietrino. The catalog includes a wide range of cobblestones, capable of reproducing the aesthetic peculiarities typical of handcraftsmanship. Especially appreciated by city administrations are the so called 'parking' cobblestones; this product line, with white or blue ceramic heads, is literally able to reproduce on the ground the stripes of urban parking lots. The advantage lies in the total absence of periodic maintenance (i.e. stripes repainting), as Grestone cobblestones are practically eternal.

     

 Products

  • Porfido Rosso
    <p>In the requalification of <strong>squares, streets and historic villages</strong>, it is possible to preserve the surrounding environment by choosing eco-sustainable and long-lasting building materials.</p> <p>The <strong>Porfido Rosso</strong> collection has been conceived with the aim of <strong>enhancing the historical context of application</strong>, avoiding the extraction and use of natural stones.</p> <p>It is available in <strong>5 cm and 3 cm thicknesses</strong>, so that the right aesthetic interpretation of laying and technical performance can always be found in any design context.</p> ...

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