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Regular sizes: Tiles: 300mm x 300mm or (12" x 12"), 400mm x 400mm or (16" x 16"), 457mm x 457mm or (18" x 18"), 300mm x 600mm or (12" x 24") 600mm x 600mm or (24" x 24") Slabs: (1800mm - 3200mm) x (600mm - 2200mm) Countertops: 96" × 26", 108" × 26", 96" x 16", 72" x 36" 76" x 36" Vanity Tops: 25" x 22", 31" x 22", 37" x 22", 49" x 22", 61" x 22" Thickness: 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 23mm, 25mm, 30mm, 50mm, 100mm, etc. Customized sizes are available according to your request.
Packaging and Shipping for Black Pearl Granite Tiles Slabs Countertops
Packed in strong wooden crate or bundles, all wood is fumigated as per current international requirements ISPM15. Details as following,
Slabs: pad with plastic film between slabs, then packed in strong seaworthy wooden bundle outside;
Tiles: 6-10 pieces in one foam/paper box inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Countertops: pad with foamed plastics, then packed in fumigated wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Sink/Mosaic/Cut-to-size: foam and carton inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside.
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Under the grim situation of the current global economic situation, China's stone industry is facing unprecedented pressure and difficulties. In particular, export-oriented export-oriented stone companies have experienced a rapid decline in their boom index. According to CCTV's recent survey on the power output of the national power grid, electricity consumption in all regions has fallen sharply compared with the same period of last year, and some provinces and regions have even experienced negative growth. The stone industry, which uses electricity as its main energy source, also reflects the current situation of the general underemployment of enterprises. In the unfavorable economic environment, how will stone companies get rid of the difficulties? How can we turn negative factors into new development opportunities? With these questions, the author interviewed Chen Rongfa, mayor of Nan'an City, Fujian Province.
“In the face of the increasingly severe impact of the international financial tsunami on the real economy, the prospects for the development of the stone industry are still expected to be optimistic. At present, its difficult trend is bringing many opportunities to new growth points and profits.” — - Mayor Chen first expressed his confidence in the development prospects of the stone industry. He said that from the perspective of the law of industrial development, the changes and fluctuations that occur during each economic growth process are different, but behind them all factors of industrial structure adjustment are at work. Structural adjustments often engender new vigor and new industrial growth. In China, the stone industry is still a developing, full of words. At present, the difficulties and problems faced by it are ostensibly affected by the weakening of the market demand for stone products in the world economic recession, as well as domestic "triple rates" (tax refund rates, exchange rates, interest rates) and "two prices" (raw material prices, labor prices). ) Extrusion of product export competitiveness. In essence, it reflects that, after 30 years of rapid development, new changes have taken place in its growth support factors, that is, the reliance on resource elements has focused on input, and the transition to benefit-based technologies and brand-value-added benefits has resulted; Through the production of processing links to earn meager profits, to expand the industrial chain and supporting industries and improve the core competitiveness of the transformation. This change in trend means that the stone industry is entering a new development-transition-oriented position that is guided by a qualitative leap, and will accelerate the move from traditional labor-intensive industries to modern manufacturing.
From the perspective of market demand, the current unfavorable to the stone industry is the decline in market sales caused by many factors. Mayor Chen believes that a detailed analysis of its internal and external demand structure is not entirely necessary. In terms of external demand potential, despite the shrinking markets in Europe and the United States, demand in emerging markets such as Middle East oil exporting countries and Russia remains strong. These emerging markets are expected to continue to maintain rapid economic growth in the coming period, thus becoming a new acceptance of Chinese stone products. Ground. More importantly, from the perspective of domestic demand, with the continued promotion of the country’s established regional development strategy and the effective stimulation of the expansion of domestic demand policies, the foreseeable domestic stone consumption hotspots are still many: the economic development of Bohai Rim with Tianjin Binhai New Area as the core The implementation of the major strategic plans for the development of the region, the Yangtze River Delta economic circle with Shanghai as the leader, the development of the western region, the rejuvenation of the old industrial base in the northeast, and the rise of the central region, and the major infrastructure construction supporting the reform and development of the rural areas. The country intends to implement the expansion of domestic demand. A number of large-scale construction projects and the “New Deal” to encourage housing consumption, as well as the post-earthquake reconstruction of the earthquake-affected areas, will all be driven by fixed-asset investment, bringing with it a large demand for various types of stone products; at the same time, it will cause high costs for stone production. "Three-rate" and "two-price" pressures will also be reduced due to new adjustments in macroeconomic policies. After passing through the temporary difficulties, the stone industry will usher in a new vitality.
Fujian Nan'an, especially Shuitou Town, is the most developed industrial cluster in China's stone industry. In introducing Nanan's stone development experience, Mayor Chen said: At present, the world stone processing center is accelerating the transfer to Asia, especially to mainland China. The influence of “Nan’an Stone” is not merely the occupation of the annual output of stone in mainland China. The annual export volume accounts for more than 50% of the total, which supports half of China's stone industry; moreover, after 30 years of continuous development, it already has a relatively complete industrial chain and supply chain formed by the linkage development of “market, industry, and base”. Supporting chain system, its production process accommodates the most influential leading enterprises in the stone industry in China and Asia. Product R&D covers all types of industrial, civil, and art buildings. Technical standards occupy the forefront of Chinese stone production standards. The package covers a full-scale division of labor services from resource extraction to logistics supply. In a certain sense, "Nan'an Stone" has become a manifestation of the regional characteristic industry growth model and its internal operating mechanism. It is also expanding toward the characteristic industrial culture closely linked to the spirit of "innovation, entrepreneurship, and creation" of private enterprises. This foundation has greatly enhanced Nan'an stone industry's anti-risk capabilities, and laid a solid foundation for Nanan to calmly respond to current challenges and persist in building a world-class stone center.
Chen Rongfa believes that the outlook for the stone industry is still promising after crossing the difficult front. The key to coping with the test is that we must start from five levels, speed up the pace of structural adjustment, and actively promote the transition of the stone industry to modern manufacturing.