The Ceramitec exhibition is held every three years in Munich, Germany, and is the central event gathering the entire ceramic industry - manufacturers, consumers and scientists. For four days, around 600 exhibitors from all over the world present their capabilities at the ceramics fair: machines, devices, systems, processes and raw materials. Each industry is represented: from classical ceramics through industrial ceramics, ceramic engineering to technical ceramics and powder metallurgy. This is where people meet to share their experiences. The event is attended by about 15,000 people from 93 countries. It creates synergies and raises awareness of new technologies and applications in industry, research and development.
In 2015 LogiSoft Ltd. also took part as an exhibitor. The company had a lot to show to the visitors. Immediately after its foundation, the company launched its first major project in the field of ceramics - manufacturing of a molding line for Ceramics House Straldzha. Even then the strong software concept for the management of ceramic factories was created. In 2012 another successful project has been realized - largest SIEMENS PCS 7 system for the management of the kaolin production factory in Bulgaria.
Over the years, world leaders have become the company's clients. We are particularly proud of SIEMENS TIA Portal based solutions for the Bramak factories in Bulgaria and Monier in the Gebze industrial area (Istanbul, Turkey). In 2015 Monier awarded the Bramak factory in Stolnik with a gold medal for excellent production achievements, besed on the complete modernization realized by us.
During the four days of the fair, the company's modern stand was visited by many partners and potential customers. In addition to demonstrating its innovative solutions built on the latest generation of SIEMENS technology, the company also aimed to explore the potential of the market. In the following years LogiSoft Ltd. continues to prove itself as a reliable supplier for ceramic control systems. The most significant project after the fair was the "Evolution" project, again at the Monier factory in Gebze.