Grey Marble Slabs For Wall Design
Widely used in hotels,restaurants,plazas,commercial and residential buildings, or buy them and cut into big slabs for customers who will cut them to other sizes on their own saw machine.European standard with Fumigation certificate available.
|Sizes:||slab:||2400up x 1200up x 15mm, 2400up x 1200up x 20mm, 2400up x 1200up x 30mm etc.|
|tile:||305 x 305 x 10mm, 305 x 610 x 10mm, 610 x 610 x 10mm etc.|
|cut-to-size:||457 x 457 x 10mm, 300 x 300 x 20mm, 300 x 600 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 20mm etc.|
|Packing||1) Inner packing: Cartons or foamed plastics (polystyrene).
2) Out packing:Seaworthy wooden crated with fumigation.
|Payment terms||T/T(30% deposit, balance against copy of B/L),D/P,L/C(irrevocable L/C at sight )|
|Lead time||10-15 days for first one container after receiving the deposit|
Delivery,Shipping and Service
(1)First, you will receive digital inspection photos (through email) before your countertops are packed for shipping. This gives the customer an opportunity to see the actual countertops before they leave our factory.
Because we adhere to a strick quality-control system, its rare that an error occurs during the manufacturing process. Inspection photos simply provide an added sense of security to ensure accuracy with every order.
(2)Each piece of stone is then individually wrapped in a plastic, then a puncture-resistant heavy foam-rubber material.
(3)The countertops are then packed into a welded steel-frame crate, lined with plywood panels. The inside of the crate is padded with styro-foam sheets. Each piece of stone is carefully isolated from the others, eliminating the possibility of chips and scratches from stone-on-stone contact.
(4)The end result is a secure, fork-lift accessible shipping crate that is both durable and easy to unpack upon arrival. The countertops can be removed from the crate, one piece at a time. No other company does what we do to ensure that your countertops will arrive safely. It is this attention to detail that allows us to guarantee replacement, in the event that a piece of stone arrives damaged.