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Company Name : PRIMA PUTRA BENGAWAN
Member Since : January 30, 2010
Email Address : sales@primaputra.com
Phone : +62.271.718927
Fax : +62.271.735586
Website : http://www.primaputra.com
Address : Jl. Ki Mangunsarkoro 121 Solo Central Java - Indonesia 57138

PRIMA PUTRA BENGAWAN

In Prima Putra Bengawan’s timber yard, located in Solo, Central Java, the collective stories of bridges, railway sleepers, fishing boats and houses lie in neat piles of reclaimed wood. We are a one-of-a-kind furnishing producer offering eco-friendly furniture products for homes, offices, and hospitality applications such as chairs, benches, cases and partitions, woodcarvings, table lamps and bathroom accessories. All pieces are made of reclaimed wood that is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certificate (number SW-CoC-003069), an internationally recognized standard for sustainable wood product management.

In the hands of our skilled workers, the wood is fashioned into innovatively designed products that retain the material’s natural qualities and history. To ensure that the most demanding expectations are met in terms of quality and environmental performance, we integrate the precision of computer modeling with the creativity of hand-drawn sketches. This approach is now guiding our design of a restaurant with 100% FSC certified furniture in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Recycling reclaimed wood into new creations is not just a business model at Prima Putra—it’s a work ethos. By scouting Java for salvaged wood, we are doing our part to wean ourselves from Indonesia’s threatened tropical forests. As a home furnishing producer of eco-friendly items, we are contributing to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System developed by the U.S. Green Building Council for the materials and raw materials sources categories.

Our employees receive compensation that exceeds the regional minimal wage, and we pride ourselves in providing benefits for staff whose families are in need, such as scholarships for children to attend school. We are establishing a local community that is intended to foster innovation in furniture design. By providing a space for young designers to learn and practice their skills within the context of sustainable design, we are laying the stepping stones for the next generation of Indonesia’s furniture manufacturers.

     
     
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