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CLASSEN receives the German Innovation Award 2024 for CERAMIN®

Kaisersesch, 15 May 2024 - On 14 May 2024, CERAMIN received the German Innovation Award 2024 in the ‘Excellence in Business to Business’ category for its innovative strength and pioneering technology. Once again this year, the award honoured products, technologies and services that break new, innovative paths and offer solutions that stand out due to their added value for users and the environment.

The German Innovation Award is organised by the "Rat für Formgebung", a leading global competence centre for design, brand and innovation. With over 330 members, it has been promoting exchange and networking in the global design community through international programmes, support for young talent and events since 1953. The jury of the German Innovation Award is made up of independent, interdisciplinary experts from the fields of technology, digitalisation and science. Lutz Dietzold, Managing Director of the "Rat der Formgebung", emphasised the importance of targeted innovations for the future viability of companies and praised the diversity of the award-winning projects, which not only offer added value for the industry, but also for society and the environment.

In 2024, the German Innovation Award once again achieved an impressive response, with 520 submissions from 23 countries. In each category, the jury presented a number of ‘Winner’ awards for pioneering developments that drive their industry forward through their originality, implementation and effectiveness. CERAMIN also stood out here, thanks to its unique technology and recyclability.

CERAMIN is a PVC-free wall and floor covering material developed by the CLASSEN Group. It is characterised by its environmentally and health-friendly composition of 60% mineral filler and 40% polypropylene (PP), which makes it a more sustainable alternative to conventional spc and rigid floor coverings. CERAMIN was developed back in 2015 to meet the modern requirements of living and working spaces. In addition to its environmental compatibility, CERAMIN is extremely robust and resistant to abrasion and moisture, as well as being exceptionally dimensionally stable. All these aspects combined fully convinced the jury of the German Innovation Award.

In addition to the German Innovation Award, CERAMIN has received numerous other prestigious awards in recent years, including the Green Collection Award, the Eifel Award and the Interzum Award. These successes testify to CERAMIN's high level of innovation and the CLASSEN Group's ongoing commitment to sustainable and high-quality flooring solutions.

For more information about CERAMIN, please visit the website: www.ceramin.de

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