|Q. We require approximately 1 container every 8
weeks, do you supply companies like ours?
A. Our entire business revolves around companies such
as yourselves. One or two containers a year are not a
Q. We require a selection of say 6 colors per
A. This is not a problem so long as the materials
chosen are from that specific country's production. If
you require mixed loads of say Brazilian, Finnish,
Indian and Swedish granites then they would have to come
Q. What is your standard slab size or can we
A. You can specify however the Price Listss show the
usual minimum sizes available.
Q. What is approximate delivery time from order?
A. Dispatch for slabs is usually 2-4 weeks, for
strips 4-6 weeks, however we are working on extra
production stock to reduce this time.
Q. We have assumed approx 60 slabs per container -
please advise your estimate.
A. 2 cm = 375 m2 per container - say 90-100 slabs 3
cm = 250 m2 per container - say 60-70 slabs
Q. We assume the prices for different colors vary?
A. Yes. All the prices are shown on our Price Listss
for the different colors.
Q. Can you supply free length strips to our width,
say 600-800 mm, polished face, one long edge polished
square and the opposite edge sawn square or any other
edge profile we require for counter tops?
Q. We require samples for potential customers.
A. These can be included free of charge in your
container. Just specify your requirement. We usually
supply 150 x 150 x 10 mm (6" x 6" x 3/8").
Q. Why are your prices so competitive?
A. You are buying direct from the producer.
Q. What is the difference between First Choice and
A. First Choice materials have no visible flaws, are
uniform in character and material thickness does not
vary. All materials are filled with epoxy resin where
deemed necessary and completed to accepted international
standards. Tiles are carefully calibrated, beveled and
Commercial Quality materials do not generally meet
the visually aesthetic requirements of the retail stone
industry. They may have one or more spots, lines, or may
have different shading from what is expected by the
market. In addition for tiles, an estimated 10% of them
also have some minor technical problems such as small
fissures, a slightly chipped bevel or a wheel-mark.
These materials can be an inexpensive option for
flooring needs on low-budget projects.
*F.O.B : Free on Board: Shipped under a rate that
includes costs of delivery to and the
loading onto a carrier at a specified point. Normally
the country of production.
*C.I.F: Cost, insurance and freight: Price determined
at point of destination that includes the cost of goods.
The marine insurance and all transportation charges are
calculated from point of destination. Normally your
usual importing port.
Further quality standards information may be found in
site , click here.