and respect for natural resources.
Our facilities in Bali and East Java are managed by a team
of talented craftsmen and women. The entire production process takes
place within the one factory, from the processing of raw materials, through to
carpentry, finishing, final quality control and the packing of containers.
Ensuring that quality is maintained from start to finish.
We have been manufacturing furniture for international hotels and resorts
for over 20 years. From large contract furniture orders to small customized
designs we are flexible enough to supply large or small quantity with the same
attention to design detail and manufacturing skill.
Creating a lasting impression
All teak timber used in Warisan products originates from sustainable certified plantations
owned by the Indonesian Government. We adhere to a strict eco policy and
takes all precautions to ensure that only timber with official documentation is purchased.
The main factory covers an area of 1.5 hectares and employees in excess of 400 personnel.
In addition to an expansive array of wood working machinery the facility houses 9 drying kilns
and a large dehumidification chamber. These measures insure that all goods are properly
cured and suitable for export.
The main timbers available in Indonesia are TEAK and MAHOGANY that are purchased from Government plantations and occasionally from private plantations. Since teak and mahogany are not native to Indonesia, we can be sure that all availability of these two woods are plantation products. We also use INDONESIAN ROSEWOOD (Sonokeling), however the quantity available of this beautiful wood is limited, so we use it for accents or small productions.
Other woods from plantations are PINE and DAMMAR, but owing to their lower quality, we use them only in some structural, non visible parts. Another wood similar to teak in color, but not as hard is CHINA BERRY (Mindi), that we purchase from small private plantations. Beside these timbers we avoid any other hard wood, in particular MERBAU, a beautifulhard wood which is native to Irian Jaya, and has been illegally logged in recent years . The export is now prohibited by the Government.
In addition to Indonesian timber, we can import other timbers from any part of the world. The Indonesian government has recently improved conditions for importers to secure imported wood to nourish the growing furniture industries in this country.
We use also VENEERS, particularly for cabinets and side boards. The substrate of veneers can be plywood or MDF (Medium-Density Fiberboard). Since plywood is low quality wood , coming from forests of dubious sustainability, we prefer to use MDF, which is a by product of the wood working process. The veneers in TEAK, MAHOGANY and ROSEWOOD are produced in Indonesia, but we can import any veneer in the world and have it laminated .