Competitive price and superior quality
Supply ability: 28000 square meters per month
Various stone colors and sizes available
Stone types: marble, granite, onyx, tiles, slabs, countertops, etc
Application: commercial, residential
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 Perlato SF Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs
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.
If you're interested in Perlato SF Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs, just feel free to contact us, we will keep providing quality products and excellent service for you.
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How to reasonably use promotional strategies is a problem that every stone dealer must face. Appropriate use of promotional techniques can effectively help promoters speed up the promotion process and better complete promotional activities. Here are five promotional tips for you?
First, "sticky": the so-called sticky, that is, to stick to customers. When explaining, try to be as meticulous as possible, especially selling points. Instill all your views into the customer and reach a consensus with him so that he can recognize your point of view. In addition, try to allow customers to stay in your shop for a long time. Because the customer's time is relatively limited, the longer he stays, the shorter the time spent staying with competitors. And the longer the customer stays, the greater the psychological pressure of the opponent, and it is easy to promote his impatience. In this way, even if the customer walks past, it is difficult to retain the customer because they are eager for success.
Second, the "block": the so-called block, that is, with the body in the middle of customers and competitors. Blocking the line of sight of competitors does not allow him to see what type of customer you are introducing; blocking the customer's line of sight, not letting his eyes have the opportunity to contact with competitors. When necessary, other promoters can be enclosed.
Third, "stop": that is, stop the customer's footsteps. After looking at the product, customers often have to look at other brands of products. At this time, the "Yes, but" method can be used. First agree: "Your idea is right. There is no loss of goods than the three. However, you look again." Through a "but", re-provide new selling points or guide them to see other gifts, again attracting the attention of customers. If you can't keep your customers, you may tentatively ask him what other areas are not satisfied, whether it is a gift or the product itself. Finally, don't forget to say, "When you return, I will certainly give you a certain discount." But remember not to tell him the extent of the offer, and leave room for it, giving him a strong reason to return to your shop.
Fourth, "look": If the customer is in front of the rival's shop, how to attract customers? "Look" is a method. The so-called look is to try to find opportunities and contact with customers' eyes. A smile, a gesture, will attract customers' attention. In addition, by observing, you can also make you understand the level of customer's purchase.
V. "Cut": That is, bargaining. When the transaction is about to be completed, the customer must pay more. Sometimes he does not buy if he does not ask for price. At this time, we must not bluntly refuse, but we must "try hard" to help them negotiate with business executives. Let the customer feel that you are doing your best to help him. It is with him standing on the same front, this will further strengthen the customer's trust in you. Even if the profit is limited, customers will feel at your best and give up bargaining and deal. At this time, it is particularly important to note that the promoters should work in harmony with the business executives and should not reveal flaws.