Indonesia has become a hub for furniture manufacturing, and for good reason. With its rich natural resources and skilled artisans, the country produces high-quality furniture at competitive prices. Furniture manufacturers in Indonesia offer a wide range of products, from indoor to outdoor furniture, made from various materials such as teak wood, mahogany, rattan, and bamboo. […]
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SISTEM VERIFIKASI LEGALITAS KAYU ( SVLK ) Mutiara Jepara Indofurni CV. as a number one producer of the many forest products, the Indonesian government has taken steps to guarantee the international market of the legality and sustainability of its timber products through Sistem Verifikasi Legalitas Kayu (SVLK) certification, also referred to as the Indonesian Timber Legality Assurance System (INDO-TLAS). Sistem Verifikasi […]
Tectona Grandis or Teak Wood is one of the many hard wood types, For the world, teak wood is not a strange material anymore. It is highly utilized in furniture, ship construction, and building construction industries. It is a favorable type of wood due to its quality and property, such as being resistant and durable. […]
Makers use a wide variety of wood and nonwood forest products that can be sourced domestically. Many Indonesia furniture manufacturer especially from Jepara Central Java use teak and rattan. Indonesia furniture manufacturer offer ornate antique reproduction pieces and modern minimalist designs in various materials. The country was one of the top 15 exporters of furniture […]
Abdul Sobur, Secretary-General of the Indonesian Furniture and Handicraft Industry Association (Himki), said the increase in furniture exports in Q2-2018 was primarily supported by the participation of Indonesian furniture manufacturers in furniture exhibitions in several countries, including Germany, France and China in the preceding quarter. He detects a strong co-relation between rising demand and the […]
Teak (Tectona Grandis) is one of the world’s most valuable timbers. It has a naturally high oil and rubber content, which makes it extremely durable. Not only durable, but also resistant to rotting when exposed for many years to extremes of both summer and winter. Many terms have come to light surrounding high quality teak. […]