Neolith reveals plans for the rest of 2024

Jesús Ayarza, CEO of Neolith Group

Sintered stone supplier Neolith has outlined its global plans for the rest of this year, which include six new product launches and the opening of three new distribution centres.

Presenting its strategy for the next six months, the company says it is proceeding well with the international expansion programme it began three years ago. This year’s developments will see three new distribution centres being opened in as many continents: Europe, America and Oceania.

The new distribution centres will be opened in Gothenburg in Sweden, Los Angeles in the United States and Auckland in New Zealand. The Gothenburg and Los Angeles locations opened earlier this year, with the other new distribution centre expected to open in the third quarter of 2024.

Once completed, these new locations will take Neolith’s total number of distribution centres worldwide up to a total of 25.

Before the end of June, Neolith also plans to launch its new Atmosphere product range worldwide, which is said to be comprised of four new models.

Aside from the Atmosphere range, Neolith has also spent the last year developing its crystalline silica-free product line, known as Neolith for a New Era. These new products will be available in the Australian market this month, ahead of the country’s proposed blanket ban on silica surface products on July 1.

Jesús Ayarza, CEO of Neolith Group, said “Neolith has made great efforts and a high investment in R&D to develop our surfaces for a New Era, and we’re convinced they will meet the most demanding professionals’ needs very well.

“These new crystalline silica-free products have the same technical characteristics our customers so adore. We truly believe marble workers and installers will be impressed by how you can work with them.”

Looking back at the company’s progress and market position over the last year, Ayarza said: “2023 was a year in which we found ourselves up against major challenges since the overall demand for construction materials had dropped in many markets.

However, for the rest of the year, Ayarza said the company wants to be “ambitious and moderately optimistic”. He explained: “The first quarter of the year has ended very well above our forecasts, with our majority shareholder CVC as well as the entire management team putting in all the necessary ingredients and reinforcing our teams.”

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