Cambria Introduces Seascape-Inspired Designs

Cambria, a producer of American-made quartz surfaces, has launched four new designs for residential and commercial applications, adding to its existing iconic palette. Following design launches in January and April, Cambria’s latest introduction brings the total to seven new designs in 2022 with additional launches planned for the remainder of … Read more

Cambria Adds Three New Quartz Designs

Cambria, a producer of American-made quartz surfaces, announced the addition of three new designs to its existing palette. Revealed at the 2022 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the new designs are full of contrasts in texture and color, and offer sophisticated options for designers and builders to bring into … Read more

Cambria Introduces Inverness Collection

Cambria, a Minnesota-based, family-owned manufacturer of quartz surfaces, recently released its newest collection of designs. The Inverness™ designs feature innovative technology and gently textured debossing throughout the veining. The four new designs in the collection are inspired by forces of nature that change the landscape. Featuring debossed veining and gently … Read more

Cambria Launches New Quartz Designs

The latest design launch from Cambria added four new quartz surface designs. The new designs combine warm base colors with bold, shimmering veins. Defined by dynamic earth tones, rich burgundies, and sophisticated grays, these new designs demonstrate the enduring beauty that newfound energy can create. According to the manufacturer, these … Read more

Cambria & Cosentino Settle Patent Infringement Lawsuit

Cambria Company LLC and Cosentino Group, both leading producers of quartz surfaces, announced that they settled a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Cambria. In September 2020, Cambria filed a patent infringement lawsuit seeking damages and an injunction to stop the sale of products infringing Cambria´s patented technology with regard to … Read more

Cambria Adds New Designs, New Finish

Cambria, a manufacturer of American-made quartz surfaces, has introduced four new designs and one finish. According to the company the new additions were designed to evoke journeys made, moments lived and memories created. These new designs incorporate Cambria’s characteristic details: cool whites warmed by honey or complemented by gray, textured … Read more

Cambria Announces Investigation of Antidumping/Countervailing Duties Evasion

Cambria announced in a press release that the and Border Protection agency (Customs) has preliminarily determined that fifteen U.S. importers have evaded the antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) on quartz surface products from China. As part of its recent determination regarding evasion, Customs found that fifteen importers evaded the AD/CVD … Read more

Cambria Collaborates With Gensler to Launch Coordinates Collection

Cambria, an American-made, family-owned producer of natural quartz surfaces, along with integrated architecture, design, planning and consulting firm Gensler launched The Coordinates Collection by Cambria this summer. The collection consists of 14 high-performing quartz designs suitable for both commercial and residential applications. The new colors were designed to coordinate effortlessly … Read more

Cambria Files to Include Crushed Glass in Chinese Quartz Import Duties

Last month, we reported in our blog about how Chinese quartz manufacturers are abandoning traditional production and instead are manufacturing new slabs made of crushed glass to skirt the countervailing and antidumping duties on quartz. Crushed glass countertops are distinctly excluded from these duties of up to 300 percent, but … Read more

Cambria Files to Include Crushed Glass in Chinese Quartz Import Duties

Last month, we reported in our blog about how Chinese quartz manufacturers are abandoning traditional production and instead are manufacturing new slabs made of crushed glass to skirt the countervailing and antidumping duties on quartz. Crushed glass countertops are distinctly excluded from these duties of up to 300 percent, but … Read more