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Polish Producer Of Wooden Stairs Is Looking For Distributors In The EU

Polish producer of wooden stairs is looking for distributors in the EU

A Polish company specialised in the design, production and installation of wooden stairs made of oak and ash solid and butcherblock in a range of finishes, is looking for distributors in the EU.

Seeking for other distributors who can sell products in their domestic markets. The potential partner must be active (or be experienced) in the same branch as the Polish company. The partner’s tasks will be to distribute the company’s products on the local market. Potential partners of the company’s interest could be individual distributors but also wholesalers of construction materials or home design products.

The Polish company was established in 2016 in the north-eastern part of Poland and specialises in wooden stairs made of ash and oak. The company produces standard and retro stairs, box stairs as well as steps which can be added directly onto concrete stairs. They also provide complete railings in wood as well as in a combination of wood and metal, and accessories including handrails, banisters, newels and balusters, panels and skirting boards. All hardwood products are made from seasoned and dried woods, treated in specialised dryers and customers can select from a range of products, depending on colour and grain, including solid and butcherblock steps. The material used for the production of stairs is bought from trusted and proven sawmills in Poland providing high-quality wood, which is EU-certified with Forestry Stewardship Commission (FSC) certification. In order to expand their sales, the company is looking for distributors of stairs and related accessories, selling directly to end consumers, or via DIY stores and construction companies in other European countries.

• The company can produce tailor-made stairs according to the client’s requirements with different finishes; • All wood comes from Polish FSC-certified sawmills and the whole process, as well as other materials used, e.g. varnishes for wood painting, are in compliance with EU norms; • All hardwood material is seasoned for four years and dried in specialised dryers.

 

Author: https://www.enterprise-europe.co.uk

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