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As part of the Norcros group, Johnson Tiles South Africa, manufactures quality glazed ceramic and glazed porcelain floor tiles to international standards at our state-of-the-art plant in Olifantsfontein.  In addition to this, Johnson Tiles South Africa is also able to produce Inkjet Tiles, thus enabling us to offer you a wide variety of fashionable high-quality tiles in a multitude of photo-realistic designs.
location_on Olifantsfontein, Gauteng
Union Tiles (Pty) Ltd is a wall and floor tile corporation dealing in ceramic, porcelain and natural stone, building material products and services.
location_on Bedfordview, Gauteng
TAL
Tile Adhesives
TAL is a leader in tile and construction adhesives with a track record of more than 40 years in South Africa. TAL specialises in tiling installation materials, tiling tools, construction solutions and is renowned for the quality of its products...
location_on Olifantsfontein, Gauteng
Tile Africa
Our Contracts Divison is part of the long-standing and successful Norcros group made up of Johnson Tiles, TAL Adhesives and Tile Africa.
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Johnson Tiles | Ceramic Tiles: Agulhas

Agulhas ceramic tiles have a washed stone effect. It is available in the following colours: Agulhas Sand and Agulhas Stone.
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Johnson Tiles | Ceramic Tiles: Minima

Minima ceramic tiles are minimalistic. Available in the following colours: Minima Vanilla, Minima Cloud and Minima Anthracite.
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Johnson Tiles | Ceramic Inkjet Tiles: Quiver

Quiver ceramic inkjet tiles have a matt weathered wood design. Available in the following colours: Quiver Sandal and Quiver Ash.
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Johnson Tiles | Ceramic Tiles: Laurentino

Laurentino ceramic tiles have a matt linear cut travertine design. Available in the following colours: Laurentino Natural, Laurentino Mocha and Laurentino Ash.
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Johnson Tiles | Ceramic Tiles: City

City ceramic tiles are plain white / grey on a smooth surface.
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today17 Jul 2014
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Johnson Tiles now manufactures inkjet tiles for the South African market

Local tile manufacturer Johnson Tiles recently introduced its Fusion range of inkjet ceramic tiles in various sizes. The company has a heritage of over sixty years in South Africa and is known for its glazed ceramic and porcelain floor tiles as well as a select range of imported wall tiles. 
today14 Nov 2012

Johnson Tiles celebrates 60 years in South Africa

This year marks 60 years since Johnson Tiles was founded in South Africa in 1952. Established in 1901 in the United Kingdom, Johnson Tiles has a proud history rooted in the design and manufacture of high quality wall and floor tiles. Today it has a presence on five continents and is one of the largest suppliers of ceramic tiles in the world. 
today4 Aug 2011

Johnson Tiles launches local website

Johnson Tiles, a division of Norcros SA and manufacturer of high quality tiles, recently launched its own localised website, www.johnsontiles.co.za, to keep customers informed about its latest ranges and to provide an easy platform where they can conveniently view its tile portfolio.
today10 Nov 2014
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Johnson Tiles reveals the latest tile trends from Cersaie 2014

Local tile manufacturer Johnson Tiles recently attended the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings (Cersaie), which took place in Bologna, Italy from 22 – 26 September. Wood, concrete and stone designs in ceramic tiles remain in vogue, while the ethnic eclectic décor trend is also still fashionable. New themes included geometric designs, monochromatic colour combinations, interlocking tiles and tiles featuring inserts and detail.
today14 Oct 2015
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Concrete-look tiles the latest flooring trend

In the past people may have steered clear of using raw concrete as a flooring option because it’s perceived as cold, dull and maybe even too industrial.  However, the concrete or industrial design style is now on trend and Johnson Tiles’ new inkjet printer allows for a concrete look to be printed onto ceramic and porcelain tile bodies.