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Natural Fiber

natural fiber

We are available with some natural fiber like water hyacinth, sea grass, abaca and banana. The most important thing is this material is actually waste. WASTE! But with creativity there is value on it. Lets have a look what we have with it. 1. WATER HYACINTH Water hyacinth or some of people called AQUA plant […]

IFEX : Indonesia

IFEX : Indonesia

Good news are coming to all of those who love rattan furniture. Because the Indonesia’s biggest export furniture and craft exhibition (IFEX) 2016 will be held soon in Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo). IFEX offers the largest range of specialty furniture and craft products in Indonesia. It serves the nation’s biggest meeting place for buyers, manufacturers, traders and […]

TEI : The 30th Trade Expo Indonesia 2015

TEI : The 30th Trade Expo Indonesia 2015

Trade Expo Indonesia 2015 will held in Jakarta at Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) Kemayoran is one of the international even which will showcases all Indonesian export product. As Indonesian local products are potential for worldwide market seeing from originality, quality and competitive price. In this issue, we could not deny that government roles are taking […]

Rattan Furniture: The Excess

Rattan Furniture: The Excess

In some country like Asia, Africa and a part of Australia or even America, relaxing on terrace or garden is a fun activity to spend our afternoon time. Savoring hot tea with snacks on rattan chair while enjoying view on your garden that is will help you to forget all the routine time on that day. Are you one of […]

Economic and Environmental Issues

Economic and environmental issues

In forests where rattan grows, its economic value can help protect forest land, by providing an alternative to loggers who forgo timber logging and harvest rattan canes instead. Rattan is much easier to harvest, requires simpler tools and is much easier to transport. It also grows much faster than most tropical wood. This makes it […]

Rattan Furniture

Rattan Furniture

Most rattans differ from other palms in having slender stems, 2–5 cm diameter, with long internodes between the leaves; also, they are not trees but are vine-like, scrambling through and over other vegetation. Rattans are also superficially similar to bamboo. Unlike bamboo, rattan stems (“malacca”) are solid, and most species need structural support and cannot stand on their own. However, some genera (e.g. Metroxylon, Pigafetta, Raphia) […]