Design and production of wooden floor stands is a long-term investment in the value of your product. We will develop the best solution for your product so that it stands out at any point of sale.
Made in Latvia – European Union, wooden floor stands for merchandise promotion. We use various wood materials for the production, mainly Latvian local wood, because Latvia is one of the richest countries with forests in the world, so we have great wood recourses. Therefore, woodwork is our main export product.
To produce floor stands we use not only fresh, but also recyclable wood or wood waste, which we purchase from other producers and specialized wood waste wholesale bases.
One of our strengths is customized production for non-standard orders, so we can produce wooden stands according to special customer requirements, even in small editions under 100 units.
We want our customer to receive perfectly designed wooden stand, which would increase the value of the brand and help to improve sales, therefore there are some major questions we want to be answered by our customer:
Description of wooden stand production materials.
Conifer – pine/spurce
Pine and spruce boards Class 1 – planed boards, without splinters. Soft , flat surface. Relatively low level of paint absorbation, so after painting or staining the paint shines through the wood texture.
Eco style pine / spruce boards Class 2 – unplaned boards. Eco-style uneven, little rough surface. Good color absorbation, ecological appearance. Preparation process is natural and labor resources effective. Possible twig holes on the board surface.
Brushed or aged boards
Brushed pine boards – brushed surface with sanded soft tissues of the wood. Branching is premissable on boards. We get the look of an aged board after staining it.
Alder boards – Class 1 planed boards. Naturally looks good without painting. One of the most popular low-cost hardwood materials in Latvia.
Alder boards Class 2 unplaned boards without additional sanding. The surface is uneven, rough, ecological appearance. Natural and labor resources have been saved during its preparation. Branch holes on the surface of the boards are premissible and the boards tend to be slightly curved.