A Czech family company producing mouldings from solid wood for furniture, picture frames and handrails wants to act as a subcontractor for companies active in construction sector.
This Czech family company was established in 1990. From the very beginning, they specialise in the production of mouldings made from solid wood that are used during construction of buildings and finishing of interiors, but also during the production of furniture, to frame pictures and similar. The variety of mouldings includes finishing for windows, doors, floors, angles, furniture, transition floors, shelving racks, or other interiors or exteriors. This company produces also products such as door sills, handrails, window sills, pickets, wooden profiles for benches, claddings etc. Actually, the company produces square mouldings and their derivatives according to the needs of the company. All mouldings are made from non-treated solid wood, typically from pine, spruce, oak and beech. According to the requirements, the surface can be veneered with various motives. The mouldings are produced in standard lengths of 70, 90, 100, 200 and 240 cm and specifically also in lengths from up to 400 cm. Currently, this company has its business partners, mainly DIY (do-it-yourself) retailers, in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and France. This Czech company wants to act as a subcontractor for companies in construction sector that use wooden mouldings as a part of buildings' interiors and exteriors.
Innovations and advantages
- Original producer of mouldings/ skirt boards made from solid wood - Flexibility in approach to customers - Well equipped company and highly qualified employees and modernist machines - Experienced in cooperation with trans-national companies - Keeping the deadlines and conditions stated in agreement on cooperation
07002005 Wood Products
Market application codes
09007002 Manufacture of construction materials, components and systems
Type of partner sought
The company is looking for a construction company or trader with construction materials where the Czech company would act as a supplier of wooden mouldings/ skirt boards. Thus the preferred type of cooperation is an agreement on subcontracting.