Persia Grey Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs

Competitive price and superior quality
Supply ability: 28000 square meters per month
Various stone colors and sizes available
Stone types: marble, granite, onyx, tiles, slabs, countertops, etc
Application: commercial, residential

Persia Grey Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs

Regular sizes:
Tiles: 300mm x 300mm or (12" x 12"), 400mm x 400mm or (16" x 16"), 457mm x 457mm or (18" x 18"), 300mm x 600mm or (12" x 24") 600mm x 600mm or (24" x 24")
Slabs: (1800mm - 3200mm) x (600mm - 2200mm)
Countertops: 96" × 26", 108" × 26", 96" x 16", 72" x 36" 76" x 36"
Vanity Tops: 25" x 22", 31" x 22", 37" x 22", 49" x 22", 61" x 22"
Thickness: 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 23mm, 25mm, 30mm, 50mm, 100mm, etc.
Customized sizes are available according to your request.
Packaging and Shipping for Persia Grey Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs
Packed in strong wooden crate or bundles, all wood is fumigated as per current international requirements ISPM15. Details as following,
Slabs: pad with plastic film between slabs, then packed in strong seaworthy wooden bundle outside;
Tiles: 6-10 pieces in one foam/paper box inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Countertops: pad with foamed plastics, then packed in fumigated wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Sink/Mosaic/Cut-to-size: foam and carton inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside.

Commercial & Residential, Interior Floors & Interior Walls, Countertops & Table Tops, Exterior Cladding & Exterior Pavers, Medallion & Mosaic, Pillar & Balustrade, Moulding & Border, Door & Window, Tub Surrounds & Showers, Fireplace & Mantel, Garden Stone Products.

If you're interested in Persia Grey Marble Flooring Wall Tiles and Slabs, just feel free to contact us, we will keep providing quality products and excellent service for you.

Contact Us
Sales Manager: Adam Li
Phone/WhatsApp: 0086-15805032000

Stone News
Yesterday, law enforcement officers, composed of the Nan'an City Environmental Protection Bureau, the Guanqiao Township Government, and the Shuitou Town Government, shut down the unlicensed dyed board factory in the upper reaches of Anping Bridge. Even if the company moved to block the entrance to the factory, or it was slamming the production equipment with finished stone, it was difficult to prevent law enforcement officers from destroying production equipment. On the same day, law enforcement officials smashed more than a dozen unlicensed dyed board factories. Just before that day, Jinjiang Inner Pit also banned eight unlicensed stone factories.
Many polluting enterprises in the upper reaches of Anping Bridge near Hongxi and Wai Zengxi directly discharged the waste water into the streams and directly polluted the waters of the Anping Bridge downstream, which caused the attention of the governments and departments at all levels in Quanzhou. For the renovation of the two streams, the Quanzhou government requires that all industrial enterprises with sewage discharged into the streams should be included in the remediation work targets in Jinjiang and Nan'an. Before March 31 of next year, two sites in Nan'an and Jinjiang should be completed. Stream dredging works while closing the closed business.
In front of the gate of the factory, the huge stone blocks the law enforcement personnel
Yesterday morning, reporters and law enforcement officers came to an unlicensed dyed board factory in Guanqiao Town, Nanan, but found that two huge stones about 2 meters long and about 1 meter wide were blocked in front of the gate. Environmental law enforcement officials said that this is a common practice used by many illegal stone factories. They want to use rock to block law enforcement officers and vehicles from entering the factory.
Law enforcement officers used a forklift to move away from the boulders, and then let a large excavator enter the factory area. Soon, a huge dyeing furnace collapsed.
In another unnamed workshop, the boss did not use a huge stone to block the door. Instead, he smashed five or six piles of well-cut slate and neatly coded it inside the factory building in an attempt to prevent the excavator from entering the factory building to destroy the dyeing furnace. Law enforcement officers can only allow the excavator to go outside the factory and break the outer wall of the factory, but because the excavator arm is not long enough, it fails. The excavator then entered the factory building for the third time. Law enforcement officers demanded that the workers use forklifts to remove piles of slate and eventually destroy several dyeing furnaces in the factory.
Law enforcement officials said that they had early suggested that these unlicensed dyeing boards should dismantle their equipment as soon as possible, sell the finished products, and minimize economic losses. However, many companies still take the risk, after being taken out of power and other measures, secretly access to electricity illegal production, environmental protection departments have to take measures to destroy production equipment to stop.
Destroyed polluting small businesses. Local villagers support it.
In the village of Guanqiao Town, the reporter saw a stream in the village, where a red stream and a deep green stream converged.
Lao Li is a villager in Nongcun Village, Guanqiao Town. He said that he can destroy the small factory without a permit, which is quite good. This can reduce pollution. However, he pointed to the tall chimneys that were smoking in the distance and said that in addition to the stone industry, there are still many architectural ceramics in the vicinity that are still polluting the environment. In his house, the dust on the floorboards every day is a thick layer. Cleaning is useless and it soon becomes dirty.
A stone factory owner with complete procedures stated that it is a good thing to close the unlicensed small stone factory, so that legitimate enterprises have less competition and are more willing to invest in environmental protection facilities. He said that although the environmental protection department has reported incentive measures, many unlicensed stone factories are open to neighbors, and many people often do not report because of their face.


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