A Polish manufacturer of sanitary ware is looking for companies (providers) of raw materials for the production of sanitary ware, particularly of the engineered/agglomerated/artificial stone.
A Polish company has been operating in the bathroom furniture and furnishings industry for nearly 10 years. The firm specialises in the production of sanitary ware (washbasins and bathroom countertops). They are looking for suppliers of new materials (other than conglomerate or solid surface that they’ve been using so far) that can be used to manufacture the products. They are interested in the manufacturing agreement.
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought
The firm is looking for an experienced, financially stable and reliable supplier of raw materials, particularly of the compound engineered/agglomerated/artificial stone, for the production of sanitary ware. Partner has to be able to both offer a new material (other than conglomerate or solid surface) and teach the company how to effectively work with/utilise it (provide technical support in introducing the material into the production process of the company).
Type of Partner sought: companies (providers) of raw materials for the production of sanitary ware, particularly of the engineered/agglomerated/artificial stone. Role of Partner sought: to offer and supply a new material in quantity requested by the company, and to help to introduce it into the production process.
A company from northwestern Poland, active in the bathroom furniture and furnishings industry, specialises in the production of sanitary ware. They manufacture washbasins and bathroom countertops made of conglomerate or solid surface. The firm has extensive experience cooperating with international partners, both as a product supplier (Scandinavia, the Baltic States, Slovakia, Italy) and a buyer of raw materials. The company is looking for new suppliers of raw materials, that can be used to manufacture the sanitary ware. They are open to any offer but are particularly interested in the engineered (agglomerated/artificial) stone. The aim is to expand their assortment and start long-term production of a new product, thus increasing the competitiveness of the company. To that end, the firm requests cooperation under the manufacturing agreement. A partner is expected, first and foremost, to offer a new material that the company hasn’t used before. Besides providing its specification, he should also help introduce the material into the production process of the firm. In turn, the company will be responsible for specifying requested quantity of the material. Delivery schedule and other details of the partnership will be discussed during negotiations between the companies.
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Source: Enterprise Europe.