Terreal has wedded local terracotta traditions to cutting-edge production processes for the development of innovation, aesthetic and hight-performance construction products.
The Group boasts annual revenues of 626 million euros (pro forma of the acquisition of CREATON) and hires more than 3300 employees.
Terreal operates out of 33 industrial sites and is now a large multinational firm with a presence around the world.

Associated with the greatest Italian architectural creations, such as the new AUDITORIUM in Rome, SanMarco has developed a sophisticated vision of terracotta, combined with a creative tradition.
It has become the reference for architects both in terms of roof tiles and bricks. Its “fatto a mano” (hand-made) products are a genuine institution in Italy.

Established in the USA since 1888, Ludowici perpetuates European style on part on some of the New World’s most exemplary constructions, such as Yale University or the head office of AT&T.
Combining craftwork expertise with cutting-edge technologies, Ludowici has developed a range of tiles offering a wealth of colours and textures, for the most demanding customers.
Within one of the most important worldwide markets of the terra cotta, Terreal Spain positions itself as a major player. Thanks to the takeover of Ceramica de Cabezon, the company is now present on all the segments with added value: tile, facing brick and walls of great dimension.

For the Asia Pacific region Terreal has developed a line of tiles with warm tones, suitable for Southeast Asia markets. But all models have also a Latin touch that makes them the reference when it comes to style.
Ideally located at the gateway of most Asian markets, Terreal is commercially represented in Singapore and, in Shanghai since 2003 and in Jakarta since 2006, to distribute its entire range of roof and façade products in China.