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Factory Tour

Factory Tour

Take a tour to the PITO ceramic crockery factory, and see how our premium products are made step by step.

Manufacturing Capabilities in Numbers

Let our substantial production numbers be a testament to our strength as a reliable manufacturer of quality porcelain tableware.

Factory Area
Automated Production Line
Million +
Annual Productivity
Production Staff

Highlights in Manufacturing Process

Take a first-hand look at how PITO creates porcelain tableware, from the raw material processing to firing the completed products.

Crushing the Raw Materials

Crushing the Raw Materials

Using powerful crushers and mills, the carefully selected raw materials are ground several times to achieve the perfect consistency.

Cleaning Mixing

Cleaning & Mixing

The crushed materials pass through a series of screens and filters, then mixed with water to create the slurry for the tableware.

Forming the Body

Forming the Body

Depending on the tableware type we’re making, we use one of four forming methods, including soft plastic forming, stiff plastic forming, pressing, and slip casting.

Bisque firing


Once the tableware is formed, they are heated at a lower temperature to remove potential contaminants and reduce possible shrinkage when fired.

Glazing the plate


Before firing the porcelain tableware, we place a glaze covering on each to provide a distinct finish.

Firing of the ceramic plates


Our porcelain tableware enters the kiln and is baked at 1320°C, improving the hardness and increasing the service life of the completed product.

the materials of ceramic dinnerware

Selected Materials

PITO understands that our products are only as good as the materials used in production. To ensure the quality and durability of the porcelain tableware, we get our materials from the best sources in the market, including ceramic glazes from Japan and liquid gold from Germany.

Strict Quality Control

We practice strict quality control protocols throughout the production process. Handled by a dedicated inspection department with experience ranging from five to ten years, they conduct continuous product testing and send products to third-party labs for test reports upon request.

Quality Control of Dinnerware