AKTRIN Brings a Bangladeshi Furniture Delegation to Canada

Fierce competition from low-cost imports poses a formidable challenge to Canadian furniture manufacturers. Stefan Wille – President of the AKTRIN Furniture Information Center – says that the need to relocate production to off-shore sites is increasingly becoming a necessity to survive and prosper in the furniture business. The selection of the best off-shore location requires […]

Two Types of Wood That Are Running Out

Sadly, whenever there is a valuable natural resource available, there are those who often try to exploit the resource for their own gain. One of the easier resources to deplete from an environment is wood. Some of the forests which have been attacked by poachers in the past are the teak forests in Indonesia and […]

Overview of Bangladesh Garment Industry

Agriculture, as the case in India, has been the backbone of economy and chief source of income for the people of Bangladesh, the country made of villages. Government wants to decrease poverty by getting highest productivity from agriculture and achieve self-reliance in food production. Apart from agriculture, the country is much concerned about the growth […]

Is Teak Wood Outdoor Furniture Right for Me?

You are contemplating your first purchase of Teak wood Furniture and you are wondering if you are making the right decision? Well, you are and in this quick article, I will explain why I believe that. If you already use Teak Wood in some of your favorite outdoor furniture, then this article will just be […]

Safety Rule 7-12mm Gap on Wooden Furniture

There is a process of checking on wood furniture products mainly for chairs and tables before the product is manufactured and marketed. Some furniture importing countries (mainly Europe) uses an international standard code with EN 581. Standards have several ‘chapters’ with different specifications. Article 1, for example, provides rules on consumer safety standards in general. […]

Patio Furniture Sales Are Up, Showing Some Positive Economic Signs – Unfortunately However

Okay so, summer is coming, and it’s coming fast. We’ve already entered the big tornado season as we do every year in the Midwest. The temperatures are warming up in California, and people are headed to the beach. It’s time to go get a new barbecue because your old one is rusted. It’s time to […]

5 Important Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Buying Agent

Hiring a buying agency is critical to the success of your project, whether it is about only a few pieces of customized furniture for your house, a large-scale project involving the furnishing of a whole resort or continuous restocking of shop supplies. This checklist should help you evaluate export agencies from Indonesia and other countries: […]

You Can Not Absolutely "Splinter-Proof" Your Outdoor Furniture

Splinters are the bane of outdoor furniture projects. Outdoor furniture is more likely to throw splinters than any other type of woodworking project because out in the weather where new checks and splits – the defects in wood that throw splinters – develop constantly. You can not absolutely “splinter-proof” your outdoor furniture. However, you can […]

Top 5 Reasons To Buy Furniture Wholesale

Indonesia is a country that knows how to relax. Since the first century, the 17,000+ islands that comprise the area have been a source of much needed R&R for its inhabitants. Now a thriving area of over 230 million citizens, the region’s reputation has only grown stronger. Of the many exports the country boasts, perhaps […]

Indonesian Teak Furniture – A Brief Description of Teak Wood and Furniture

Teak furniture is highly sought after all over the world, not only because of their durability and longevity, but also because of their elegance, finesse and grandeur. Teak wood harvested from Indonesia is very popular because it is considered to be of the highest quality. Teak wood is a special kind of wood that is […]