Buildout of Breton Plant
A representative Breton engineer from Italy inspects the factory grounds, and makes sure the installation goes smoothly.
With summer just around the corner, and most of the production machinery having arrived in Vietnam, Casla Group looks to work with Breton to begin the installation of its full Bretonstone quartz plant. Casla plans to open its factory by fall of 2018, and expects to be running at full capacity soon after.
Breton machinery ready to be installed at Ha Nam factory.
As Casla continues to invest time and energy to build up its product, the company also looks to expand its presence in the international markets. The company aims to produce capacities of up to 60,000 square meters of quartz slabs per month, and hopes to provide top quality but affordable Breton made quartz to the world.
“The factory is going to be massive. We are experiencing slight delays with our contractors, but all our workers are working hard to make up for lost time, and we expect to be fully operational within the next half year” says Mr. Bao Vu, Project Director of Casla Group.
It is an exciting time for the Vietnamese based Casla Group to be expanding into the quartz global market, as many international customers are already anticipating the debut of Caslaquartz.