Hellenic Superior Marbles SA was established as a quarry exploiter of the famous Hellenic (Greek) marbles, aiming to produce a variety of high-quality exportable marble products of various kinds.
The development of an international market presence by developing long-term relationships with our customers and collaborators; supporting their logistics strategy, integrating with their operational needs, seeking synergies in market penetration.
Serving our customer needs with quality products and reliable delivery; on-time, on-the-money and as promised.
With this in mind, we consider our venture as a dual investment; investing in exploiting the best marbles and recruiting the best personnel for the job.
In order to ensure the high quality as well as the undisrupted supply of our marble products, Hellenic Marbles Co. has adopted a vertically integrated complex, controlling the production of the final product from the extraction to final process, i.e.
a. Quarries production
b. Processing plant
- Blocks squaring
- Cutting to predefined sizes (slabs, tiles)
- Custom made products (pillars, arcs, sculptures etc)
A few words about the Hellenic (Greek) Marbles.
Greece is extremely privileged to have an abundance of marble deposits, making it one of the most prominent marble producing countries in the world.It provides the world market with both regular and rare marble varieties, which can be scarcely found elsewhere and have greatly contributed to the advance of civilization.
Marble quarrying in Greece began in ancient times, with reports of intensive quarrying activity dating back to the 6th century B.C. in many regions of Greece, both continental and island. This continues to the present day.
A famous marble variety, the renowned "Greek White" one, gained global notoriety due to its extensive use during that period in the creation of works of art and the construction of historic, architectural and sculptural monuments. These include the Parthenon, Aphrodite of Milos, Nike of Samothrace (the winged goddess of Victory), Hermes of Praxiteles and many others.