A product design studio in the Netherlands is seeking a porcelain manufacturer that is able to produce their special porcelain flowerpots. At the moment the studio is collaborating with a small local producer, but they have a limited production capacity. Therefore the company wants to explore new cooperation opportunities with EU porcelain manufacturers and is interested in a manufacturing agreement.
In the Netherlands based product design studio is specialized in designing porcelain flowerpots. The products created by the company can be described as sculptural and have a high quality and finishing. They are made for international, high-end market segments. The flowerpots are available in 3 different heights (17, 22 & 27 cm), 5 different high-gloss colours. The pots are made of (coloured) porcelain, with a transparent high-gloss glaze, and have 3 legs that vary with each planter. In total there are 6 different legs. The planters are moulded in various (one for each height) and various moulds for the legs. The moulded parts are joined and finished carefully by hand. Mother moulds are available.
The Dutch company is looking to conclude manufacturing agreements with EU porcelain manufacturers, that have experience with the production of small, decorative ceramic items.
- Type of partner sought: The production-partner should be able to produce porcelain planters using pour moulds and manual labour. They should be able to produce high-quality products, for high-end market segments in coloured porcelain with high-gloss glazing and lustres. Mother moulds are available and will be provided, but the pour moulds have to be made by the production partner.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The production partner has a small - medium production-capacity. Also the manufacturer must be able to produce pots of (coloured) porcelain, with a transparent high-gloss glaze and have the skilled labor capacity to join the moulded parts
The final products must be carefully finished by hand.
The mother moulds are available.
Communication in English must be possible.
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