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JLQ INTERNATIONAL, INC.

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Company Name: JLQ INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Address: Upper Tingub, Tabok, Mandaue City Cebu, Philippines
Members Status: Regular
Contact Person: MS. NILDA S. MONGCOPA / MS. LIGAYA QUISUMBING
Position: Marketing Officer / Vice – President
Phone: (6332) 344.0229 / 345.3940
Fax: (6332) 345.3940
Email: nmongcopa@jlqintl.com | lita_jlq@hotmail.com
Website: www.jlqintl.com

Product Lines: Indoor / Outdoor Furniture & Furniture Accessories, Home Furnishings, Lamps & Light Fixtures

Materials Used: Aluminum, abaca, abaca fibers, coco shell, lampakanai, leatherette, metal, mixed media, outdoor plastic materials, rattan splits, resin, solid wood (gmelina, lauan), stainless steel, stonecast, wicker, woven abaca, wrought iron

ABOUT THE COMPANY

JLQ International is a Philippine-based company that specializes in furniture and accessories using materials unique to the region. Our creations are an expression of form and function with mix media materials handcrafted by Filipino artisans. Serving the needs of the international market for over 15 years, our products can be found worldwide. JLQ’s clients serve as testimony to our dedication in providing products of exceptional design and quality.

JLQ International, Inc. offers a wide array of furniture and furnishings for home and leisure. Our business mission is to treat our customer’s needs and desires, from conception to realization, as a passion. JLQ’s office, showroom, and manufacturing facilities and strategically located in Cebu, known as the furniture capital of the Philippines.

Established in 1992, JLQ International, Inc. entered the furniture market with products offerings in rattan and wrought iron. It acquired the resources and facilities of Norkis International, Co., a company with over 20 years of experience in manufacturing and export of rattan furniture. We have been the product resource of reputable furniture companies from the United States, Italy, England, France, the Netherlands, Australia, and Japan for many years. Currently, our product lines apply indigenous materials like abaca, rattan, sea grass, and others to wood, steel and fiberglass.

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