Atlas Concorde

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    Atlas Concorde is a benchmark player in the entire ceramic tile industry and one of the most important and solid companies worldwide. Its mission is to provide interior designers, architects and the most demanding customers with ceramic solutions suitable for every destination of use, ensuring an aesthetic appeal that is in line with market needs and, at the same time, combine them with excellent technical performance.


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    50 years of leadership in the world ceramic business

    Founded in 1969, Atlas Concorde is the founder of the Concorde Group, the top Italian ceramic group in the world and undisputed leader of technological development in the industry with product and process innovations that have made the history of ceramics.

    At the Fiorano Modenese headquarters there is a large showroom that presents the aesthetic refinement and great potential for applications of the Atlas Concorde range.

    Dedicated to international events and welcoming customers and designers, the showroom represents the ideal location for organising appointments and presentations in an elegant, relaxing environment.

    For Atlas Concorde innovating does not mean just developing excellent ceramic tiles, but it also means combining these aspects with a philosophy of responsibility towards the environment, society, and people. The real engine are the people who work every day with commitment, professionalism, and passion. Respect for work is one of the pillars of Atlas Concorde’s corporate ethics, placing great attention on each employee’s working conditions and providing constant training activities.

    To reduce the impact on the environment, activities are designed and carried out taking into account atmospheric emissions, optimising resource use, and recycling waste materials.

    Atlas Concorde has a certified system for the management of company functions and processes, achieving increasingly efficient levels of internal organisation, traceability, identification of critical issues, problems and best practices. The concept of safety concerns all functions, most often crosswise in relation to the different tasks and activities.


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