“Kerameia Allatini SA. Real Estate & Holdings Management “is one of the oldest Companies in Greece.
1858 - Develop the property which is located in Harilaou District in Thessaloniki.
The brothers Allatini founded the company , which had two industry sectors, ceramic production and flour mills. The products of ' Kerameia Allatini " were floor tiles, sewage pipes, decorative bricks and roof tiles.
1964 - Creation of production branches
The company was divided into two, creating two independent companies which both enter the Athens Stock Exchange.
1992 - Kotsia brothers
The company continues with the brothers Konstantinos and Liveris Kotsias , who after buying the majority of stocks, modernized the production facilities, setting new goals and objectives.
1998 - Construction of a state-of-the-art factory
A new factory is built in an area of 77.000m2 in the prefecture of Kilkis, for the environmentally friendly production of Cotto ceramic tiles.
2000 - New Gres Porcellanato tiles
The product range is enriched with new Gres Porcellanato tiles, expanding the opportunity for further development.
2004 - Modernization of departments
The production is suspended in order to modernize parts of the plant
2007 - Affiliates and new business
It is decided to separate the industry sector from the mother company. A new subsidiary is created based in Kilkis prefecture called " Kerameia Allatini Ceramics Production Industry SA" while the mother company’ s name changes to ' Kerameia Allatini SA Property Management and Holdings’. The new object of activity is the management of real estate and investments. Also a new subsidiary company is founded with the name of " Kerameia Allatini Photovoltaic Parks SA". Its objective was the construction and management of a 3MW photovoltaic park 25km from Thessaloniki.
2009 - Consolidation of the company
During the reorganization of the company it was decided to sell all of the company held shares in the subsidiary company " Kerameia Allatini Production Industry Ceramics SA »
2011 - Sale of all shares
All of the company held shares in the subsidiary company ‘Kerameia Allatini Photovoltaic Parks SA’ are sold, and the management of the land is retained