In 1979, Roberto M. Locsin established Locsin International, a Philippine manufacturer and exporter of furniture and lamps together with his wife, Cindelyn B. Locsin. The formidable partnership led to what is now known as a trusted name in the international furniture market.
Today, after more than thirty years of commitment to service excellence, Locsin International continues to flourish as one of the leading makers of premium quality home furniture. Diversity, functionality and innovation drives this company to distinction, as it performs and ensures consistent year-round product research and development initiatives. By continuously exploring and infusing unconventional themes and design concepts into practical living area pieces, this company succeeds in producing and impressive collection to showcase regularly in various exhibitions and fairs here and abroad.
Locsin International commissions freelance designers and continues to find ways to develop young, talented designers. To make this possible, it coordinates with the Chamber of Furniture Industries in The Philippines (CFIP), the national organization that oversees the development of the furniture industry in the country, Locsin International is also an active member of other industry organization such as Philexport.
As testament to its tradition of superior quality, Locsin International has reaped several awards from various government and non-government organizations and institutions:
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Twill is a type of textile weave with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs (in contrast with a satin and plain weave)
A fabric made from extremely tiny fibers, usually made up of materials like polyester
Metal finishing is a broad range of industrial processes that alter the surface of a manufactured item to achieve a certain property
Woven textiles manufactured from a variety of synthetic fibers specially for outdoor use
Colored papers for furniture use
Rattans are also superficially similar to bamboo. Unlike bamboo, rattan stems ("malacca") are solid, and most species need structural support and cannot stand on their own
Synthetic fibers are the most extensively used group of fibers in modern upholstery for it hold up well to all kinds of wear and tear.
Terms of Payment :
50% down-payment before production
50% balance payment 3 days before the delivery
IMPORTER via telegraphic wire transfer
50% down payment before production
50% balance payment 1 to 2 weeks before shipment