Schablona India Ltd, a Somany Enterprise, is a joint stock company registered in India. It's shares are listed at the Stock Exchanges at Bombay and Calcutta. Its Registered Office is situated at 2 Red Cross Place, Kolkata - 700 001.

The breathtaking creativity of Schablona designer tiles is only made possible by the excellent technological backup. - the hi-tech manufacturing base, set up with German Collaboration, near Delhi in National Capital Region on NH-10 at Bahadurgarh, Haryana.

Operations of the Company are divided under two separate divisions - one for production of Ceramic Decals and the other for production and marketing of value added Ceramic Tiles. Ceramic Transfer/Decal printing plant was set up in 1994 with a view to produce high quality decals required by manufacturers of glass - ceramics and enamelware. This division of Schablona can print over one million sheets per annum in 65 cm x 85 cm size. The Company's plant for on-line decoration/printing and firing for value added ceramic tiles was set up in 2004 with an annual production capacity of 90,000 sq. meters of tiles. In 2005, a water-jet cutting machine was added, which is capable of making intricate designs by cutting and grooving. Further, in 2006, a new plant was set up with automated printing line and two microprocessor controlled gas fired furnaces besides automatic tile-cutting equipment along with dryers. With this addition, the annual production capacity rose upto 1,80,000 sq. meters of tiles.

Schablona has a strong in-house team of qualified and experienced artists and designers backed by state-of-the-art darkroom and computer facilities. Schablona's designers and R&D personnel are capable of executing even the most difficult designing assignments. Today, the company can undertake any customization in ceramic and vitrified tiles! Schablona has a strong network consisting of dealership and distribution outlets across India with multiple showrooms in Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkand, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal and West Bengal.