Founded in 1972, Pamesa started out by manufacturing ceramic floor tiles, using tunnel kilns to fire them. In 1981, it began to make single-fired ceramic wall tiles. The Pamesa Group, whose business experience spans a period of over 30 years, currently owns premises covering a total surface area of over 180.000 m2 with an estimated annual turnover of 205.000.000 euros. Pamesa is a business group in an ongoing state of evolution.
Planning Sisplamo S.L. is a Spanish company devoted to the manufacture and distribution of equipment and complements for offices, communities, public areas... Since 1967, Planning Sisplamo has remained faithful to the main target of reaching the highest level in the three main areas that constitute our capital focus of our philosophy: quality, design and service. Our company development is being carried out by a young, motivated and optimistic team, concentrated on how to improve and develop new products able to fulfill all our customers necessities. By having modern facilities of more than 4000 m2 located in Ripollet (Barcelona), we provide a fast, effective and personalizad service to our clients.
Since 1920: 90 years of craftwork tradition and 90 years of experience in manufacture, marketing and export of braided fibre furniture.The company is managed by the 3rd generation of the Pons family. Point is present in the main European markets. Its headquarters are in Jalon (Alicante), which along with four other warehouses makes a total storage area of 12,000 m2.
Porcelanosa was founded in Villarreal (Castellón) in 1973 with 98 employees and 25,000 sq.m plant for producing ceramic paving and cladding tiles. Three decades later, it has grown into Spain's leading manufacturer in this sector, internationally prestigious and engaged in ongoing research and development. Its rapid expansion in the domestic and international marketplace has consolidate its position as a benchmark company in the ceramic sector.
Pujol Iluminación has been manufacturing contemporary lighting since 1978. At its factory in Sant Feliu de Llobregat in Barcelona, the company designs and makes decorative lighting – including custom-made pieces – for public spaces and projects which are highly considered and of very good quality for their price. The firm's commitment to having a strong international presence is reflected in the fact that it exports over 50 per cent of its goods to 40 countries all over the world.
Puntmobles was set up in Valencia in 1980 by designers Vicent Martínez and Lola Castelló and technician Francisco Fernández, and immediately adopted an innovative approach to furniture design, both domestic and contract. Some of its pieces have become design classics, exhibited in museums such as London's Victoria & Albert and The Design Museum, the Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Cologne in Munich, and the Museo de las Artes Decorativas in Barcelona. Puntmobles has won many prizes and awards, including the Spanish National Design Prize in 1997.