Fabresa was born in 1960, in Lucena del Cid (Castellón), with the intention of providing small-scale ceramics solutions. A few years ago, the company decided to take a new direction, implementing strategies for international expansion, and a system of product portfolio development which brings together current aesthetic trends and the needs of the market. In this system, the customer is our biggest asset.

All of this, together with the testing process conducted by the Institute for Ceramic Technology (Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica, ITC, the only accredited center in Spain for this kind of testing), makes Fabresa’s products competitive with the best ceramic products in the world.


The mainstay of our company’s philosophy is a firm commitment to product quality and customer service.

With regard to the product, we studied market needs so that we can adapt to them and anticipate changes in the market environment.

We base our service on our knowledge of our customers, and their trust in us.We consider our customers to be our “partners”. For that reason, and framed within a process of continuous improvement, we value your opinion as a key element of our internal policy to ensure that quality and provide the “Fabresa Guarantee” as a seal of assurance.


We are located in the heart of the L’Alcalatén (Castellón) district, a special setting surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. That is why we at Fabresa have taken on a special commitment to the environment and sustainable development.

Within our operational policy, we place special importance of environmental conservation. For this reason we make continuous improvements in our manufacturing process, in order to minimize the impact it might have on the environment. Our double firing processes—which not only ensures our respect for the environment, but also a high quality product—contributes to this effort.

R&D Project

The objective of the project is to achieve  zero waste in the manufacture of tiles by the company.

This objective is aligned with the company’s strategy to become a sustainable company, continuing the important task of recovering waste generated throughout manufacturing process.

Currently, the only ceramic waste that remains to be recycled is the fired clay waste, which is not recycled due to its hardness and the low cost of the raw materials used. This waste is classified as non-hazardous and is currently destined for landfill.

To facilitate the recycling of this waste, the company has replaced the bar mil, with  a pendular mill of greater milling capacity, which will be adapted throughout the project to mill the cooked . The introduction of the potsherd will also involve the modification of the rest of the components in the  different stages of the process (pressing,glazing , first and second firing ) to guarantee the characteristics and quality of the  tiles remains  unchanged.

This project with IMINOB / 2018 / file has been selected within the framework of the ERDF Operational Program of the Valencian Community 2014-2020. Funded by the Generalitat Valenciana, through the IVACE, and the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER).