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Blessed with an amazing variety and richness, the Brazilian Amazon is the source of several astonishing wood species which provide extremely beautiful, highly stable and durable flooring products.
It is with extreme respect to these beautiful creations, that we in LINK approach the treatment and production of our flooring products.
Location and Manufacturing Facilities :
Beginning with the selection of the logs in our forest areas, through precision sawing, computerized Kiln Drying, precision molding machinery and ending with a state-of-the-art finishing line, our production facilities enable us to deliver our clients a final product to which we are proud to associate our company name.
Quality Control :
All our products follow strict quality controls throughout the whole production
process in order to assure they are exactly within their required specifications.
Stocking and Delivery :
In order to bring our products closer to our intended end users, LINK has establishing itself in the United States, creating its own warehouse location in the East Coast. Our products are therefore produced in Brazil and kept in stock in the US, forming constant inventories from which we serve our clients with the best products which we have to offer.
Variety of Species and Competitive Prices :
Offering Floorings in Brazilian Walnut, Brazilian Cherry, Santos Mahogany, Brazilian Teak (Southern Chestnut), Tigerwood, Brazilian Oak, Brazilian Redwood and Purpleheart we are certain we have products for all tastes, and at the extremely competitive prices at which we can offer them, for all pockets as well.
We prepare our products with the outmost care and it is sharing with our clients their final satisfaction which gives us our biggest reward.
Realizing the importance of the beautiful and rich forest
areas with which the Amazon region was blessed, we at LINK operate under strict
IBAMA and international guidelines in order to ensure that our Prime Material
is sourced from forest areas which are fully documented and which harvest
according to sustainable management programs.
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