Novoceram History

The story of Novoceram begins in 1863 in Saint Vailler sur Rhône and its development has been studded by several important milestones.
In 2000, for example, the company became part of the Concorde Group, one of the leading realities in the ceramics sector, confirming its prestigious position on the French market.
Today Novoceram represents high technology combined with refinement and French style, within a suite of full-scale projects, filled with the unique evocative Novoceram "charme céramique".


Produits Novoceram

Through the combination of a centuries-old tradition with a buoyant and dynamic spirit, Novoceram is able to place on market its refined collections, a synthesis of ancient knowledge and thorough attention to the most innovative market trends.
Discover our collections, our laying systems, the range of our tile effects, sizes and colours, as well as all the technologies applied and the intended uses for our products.

Environment & Quality

Certifications Novoceram

Quality and respect for the environment are two of Novoceram’s most authentic values, as shown by the important certificates awarded over the years. Novoceram’s quality management system is ISO 9001 certified and the company operates an ISO 14001 certified environmental management system. An important choice, confirming Novoceram’s commitment to safeguarding our planet.

Main events

Major events

Novoceram consists not just of products, but also of unforgettable moments aimed at pampering its customers, revealing the company’s know-how in all its richness through the captivating atmospheres of an endless series of unconventional initiatives.
Furthermore, it is also a privileged opportunity to discover the region and to taste its gastronomic specialities such as its world-famous local wines, in a unique and unforgettable experience.

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