Peronda’s production facilities currently cover an area of 300,000 square metres, 130,000 of which are indoor. They include a logistics centre and two production plants with a daily output of 30,000 square metres of wall and floor tiles.
The highly competitive facilities are the result of a policy of ongoing reinvestment in R&D&I, including a particular focus on efficiency criteria in customer service and constant innovation in the design and production of its ceramic wall and floor tiles, using sustainable and environmentally-friendly production processes.
In recent years, Peronda has made major investment efforts in order to extend its second production plant, doubling its production capacity. During this time, the company has installed two new pressing and glazing lines, including digital printing machinery for ceramic tiles, as well as a new kiln. It has also extended the selection lines and installed new lines for rectifying, cutting and finishing the edges of the tiles.
Peronda Group boasts a long-standing and firmly consolidated professional trajectory whose origins date back to the first third of the 19th century. Indeed, records show that in 1827, the Peris and Martí families were employed as ceramicists in Onda, a town in the Spanish province of Castellón.
1951 saw the founding of ‘Peris y Cía’ with a factory located in Onda town centre, an achievement made possible by more than a hundred years’ experience in the sector.
During the sixties, the company’s pioneering and export skills came to the fore, enabling it to sell a significant amount of its production in markets as far-flung as Australia.
1969 was a landmark year in the company’s history with two milestone events: the move to the current facilities and the launch of Peronda, the brand that represents the company around the world. Ever since, the company has maintained a constant policy of reinvesting in all processes, consistently incorporating the very latest technologies available within the sector.
Peronda Group was one of the first factories to introduce the porous single firing system and was also a pioneer in the production of large format ceramic tiles.
This has allowed the company and its activity to grow rationally and sustainably and today, the Peronda Group, which holds a stake in various firms, boasts a solid and competitive presence in the Spanish and international markets.
Peronda Group is a manufacturer of ceramic wall and floor tiles. Includes the brands: Peronda Ceramicas, Museum, Harmony, Duomo and Kerum. The group has sales offices in Spain and abroad.
Based on a professional system of management, the company's main objective is sustained, efficient growth able to guarantee its development, offering consumers innovative, high-quality, well-differentiated products and efficient all-round service.
In addition to a respect for the environment an ongoing collaboration with the local population where the business is based by exercising its philosophy of social responsibility, the group strives to help develop the potential of those who make up its magnificent workforce by boosting their skills and abilities.
LEED Certification awarded for:
Recycled material content
Use of regional materials
Use of low emission materials
Heat island effect
Innovation in design
Global EPD. Environmental product declaration.
There is zero discharge of the wastewater generated during the production process.
Optimisation of all stages of the production process, thereby optimising the energy used and increasing efficiency.
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT of packaging by means of an integrated management system (SIG-ECOEMBES).
A reduction in CO2 emissions into the atmosphere and compliance with the Kyoto protocol due to a highly energy-efficient production process.
REUSE OF RESOURCES
The reuse of wastewater, spray dried powder and unfired rejects in the production process, thereby reducing raw material consumption.
Minimal environmental impact during the production process.
Ceramic tiles have a longer useful life than most other construction materials, which leads to a reduction in the amount of waste generated.