CMC’s 9th Avenue Steals The Limelight At ACETECH 2018
Mumbai: Classic Marble Company (CMC) exhibited one of its most grandiose stone collections at the recently concluded ACETECH 2018 in the city. Displaying a book-matched wall clad of its finest and grandest product – Giallo Fusion from its 9th Avenue collection, CMC stole the limelight at the show. The company also showcased some of its other bespoke products under the natural marble collection, the KalingaStone – engineered marble and quartz collections and its range of imported porcelain tiles that includes Techlam, Iris, Kalesinterflex and Quadra.
ACETECH is Asia’s leading trade fair for architecture, building materials, innovation and design; and was hosted in Mumbai from the 15th to the 18th of Nov, 2018.
“Our ‘9th AVENUE’ collection comprising of a limited edition of the Earth’s rarest natural stones has received much admiration from the architects and designers. CMC has been at the forefront in the architectural world with its expansive product portfolio. With offerings that cover the entire gamut of surface covers, we feel positive that our products across segments will charm architects and the end users alike,” says Mr Amit Shah, Managing Director, CMC.
The Terrazzo and the Stone & Luce collections continue to rule ever since its introduction last year. On the porcelain tiles front, CMC’s latest offering – the Quadra evoked much interest on account of its enormous size and also the Kalesinterflex was much enquired about for its unique flexibility feature.
About Classic Marble Company: A pioneer in the imported marble industry, Classic Marble Company (CMC) since its inception in 1994 has grown to become the number 1 stone company in India. Over 700 of the company’s product offerings are manufactured at its state-of-the-art plant spread over 5,00,000 sq. m. of land and distributed through exclusive showrooms and several distributor and dealer network in India and overseas. CMC’s factory at Silvassa is an ocean of opulence exhibiting over 5,00,000 sq. m. of finished marbles, with a production capacity of 30 million sq. ft. of natural marble and 30 million sq. ft. of agglomerated marble and quartz per annum.