Number of employees: 192.
Responsible person contact: FSC, CE.
International quality standards: Ernad Smajić.
Short company profile: Malak Janj d.o.o. is a company engaged in the production of solid wood furniture. The company is located in Donji Vakuf, occupies 36,000 sqm. Our main production focus is massive double beam beds, which is what we are known for in Europe. About 90% of the company’s products are exported, mainly to European countries such as Germany, France, Denmark, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. We participated in the Imm Cologne fair in 2017, 2018 and 2019, and in the M.O.W. Bad Salzuflen fair we were participants in 2018 and 2019. Due to the high demand for furniture with metal parts, two years ago we invested in a metal processing plant and today we produce our own metal positions for our furniture.
Product details: Our main products are solid wood beds. We are known in Europe for the production of beam beds, but we are also experienced in the production of fir/spruce beds for children. We were the first to go to the fair with a completely natural massive bed without any additions of glue, lubricants, metal fittings and other non natural materials. In addition to the production of beds, we also make furniture for living rooms with a focus on rustic and industrial looks. With the new production plant, we are able to make metal products or products in a wood-metal combination.
Annual production capacity: cca 20000 pcs.
Annual production capacity usage, in %: 80.
Markets of the interest for the company: USA, UK, Sweden, Australia, Gulf countries.
Type of the partner the company is interested in:
–E-commerce/ Online store;
–Retailer/ Franchisee/ Exclusive shop/ Chain store.
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