In carton boxes then loaded on strong fumigated wooden crates/pallets as international packing standard for exportation
Haiphong or Hochiminh Ports
Shipped in 20~30 days
VST Materials JSC., is now One of the Biggest producers in Vietnam running 2 factories of Encaustic Handmade Cement Tiles in the North and the South of Vietnam which are located conveniently nearby 2 biggest seaports (Hochiminh Port in the South and Haiphong Port in the North). Counted from Parent time since 1970s till now, VST family has exported its Encaustic Handmade Cement Tiles to over 28 countries in All Continents mainly to Europe and Americas markets.
Cement tiles are said to be appeared since 19th century in Spain and very soon, they were exhibited in France. Right after that, they became very popular in Europe, then America and were considered a high-end floor covering later on. They had been used in thousands of landmark public buildings and palaces around the world. Cement tiles are made by hands, one at a time, using mineral pigments, cement, a divider mold and a hydraulic press machine; Colorful patterns of cement tiles can be customized. They are expected to have slight imperfections which give them unique character and depth...
All of those aspects have made cement tiles special luxury building material. Nowadays, they are known throughtout worldwide as “Encaustic Handmade Cement Tile” and used in either interior or exterior areas.
Very soon right after being found, in 1858, French came to Vietnam, they also brought techniques and equipments to produce cement tiles in Vietnam. Being handmade products, labors play the most important factor of this production while Vietnamese people are always acknowledged clever, skillful and hardworking. Therefore, Encaustic Handmade Cement Tiles could be known as the tradition of Vietnam. People can easily find in Vietnam many hundred-year houses or buildings or palaces, villas... with floors remaining luxury beauties such as Hochiminh Post office, Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral, churches, ancient houses in old quaters...
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