Interior Design Wholesale Productions

Baliworlds offers a complete interior design wholesale production service, which is always individually tailored to meet each client’s needs, style and budget. We fully manage each project from concept through to completion no matter what size, with meticulous attention to detail, working with a team of highly skilled craftsman and using our extensive expertise and experience from product design through to material selection, production, packaging and shipping.

We produce our designs in our own factory and in cooperation with various other production companies in Indonesia and abroad. You are friendly invited to visit our showroom and factory in Bali to view our exclusive homeware collections.

Collections

Ceramics
Furniture
Furniture Unique
Mirrors
Paintings
Stoneworks
Woodworks
Bamboo

Terms of Trading

Terms of Trading: Ex Factory Bali
Minimum Order: There is no minimum order for a particular product however a minimum of a 20ft container applies. This can be made up from various products.
Delivery Time: between 30 and 90 days from a confirmed order (depends on order size and product range).
Payment Terms: 30% deposit on placement of a confirmed order plus balance by T.T. on faxed copy of documents before shipment of the order. Other method of payments will be considered such as L/C etc.

Product Design / Unique pieces

Besides our own collections we are also able to develop your collections or designs if they match inside our production facilities. Our depth of local knowledge and an understanding of the Asian business environment gives Baliworlds a unique ability to provide guidance to our clients wherever necessary, while remaining sensitive to the local cultures and customs. You are welcome to contact us to discuss about the possibilities of producing your collections or special interior design items.

Sourcing agent

Baliworlds acts as the sourcing agent for overseas clients.
From Department Stores, Wholesale distributors, Individual retail stores, Architects, and Interior designers from the hospitality sector. We devote ourselves to become the One-Stop Service Provider to our clients to make sure their buying business is as easy as they can imagine. We have a wide quality product range for our customers in different markets and numerous contacts with factories/suppliers to ensure quick and reliable reply to your demands.

Baliworlds Fair Trade

Baliworlds Interior Design Wholesale BaliOur key objectives of Fair Trade are to empower low-income Balinese artisans and farmers to better their conditions, and to promote understanding between them and people of developed regions through transparency and mutual respect.

Fair Trade’s rules guarantee a living wage in the local context, offering employees opportunities for advancement, providing equal opportunities for all people, particularly the most disadvantaged, engaging in environmentally sustainable practices, being open to public accountability, building long-term trade relationships, providing healthy and safe working conditions within the local context, providing financial and technical assistance to producers whenever possible.

The key principles of Fair Trade, that should be considered by export buyers when doing business in Bali, include:

a) Transparency and accountability
Fair Trade involves transparent management and commercial relations in order to deal fairly and respectfully with trading partners and customers.

b) Creating opportunities for economically disadvantaged producers
Fair Trade is a strategy for poverty alleviation and sustainable development.

c) Gender Equity & Equal Opportunity
Emphasis is often placed on ensuring that women’s work is properly valued and rewarded as it is for men. Ensures no exploitation of children or Indigenous people.

d) Respect for Producers Cultural Identity
Fair Trade encourages producers to produce and develop product based on their cultural traditions and natural resources. Helps producers to hone their local knowledge base to preserve and develop their cultural identity.

e) Capacity building
Fair Trade assists in developing producer independence through sustained relationships with trading partners that provide continuity, and often include management skills development, improved access to markets, and financial and technical assistance.

f) Payment of a fair price
Paying a fair price in the regional or local context is one that has been agreed through dialogue and participation. It covers not only the costs of production but enables production that is socially just and environmentally sound. Fair Traders ensure prompt payment to their partners and, whenever possible, help producers with access to pre-production financing.

g) Working conditions
Fair Trade means a safe and healthy working environment for producers. The participation of children (if any) does not adversely affect their well-being, security, educational requirements and need for recreation, and conforms to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as well as the law and norms in the local context.

h) Environmental Sustainability
Fair Trade encourages producers to engage in production practices that manage and use local resources sustainably. Fair traders often work directly with producers in regions of high biodiversity in order to develop products based on sustainable use of their natural resources, giving communities incentive to preserve their natural environments for future generations.

i) Promoting Fairer Trade
Fair Trade organizations educate the public about the importance of purchasing fairly traded products, highlight the need for change in the practices of conventional trade, and publicly demonstrate how fair trade is a successful model that emphasizes social justice and environmental sustainability, over the endless drive for increased profits. By providing information about producers’ history, culture and living conditions, Fair Trade enhances cross-cultural understanding and respect between consumers and communities in the developing world.

Types of organizations dealing in Fair Trade:

Alternative Trade organizations (ATOs) are engaged actively in supporting producers, awareness raising and in campaigning for changes in the rules and practice of conventional international trade. Fair Trade groups can be non-profit or for-profit organizations (reports show that the majority of them world-wide are for-profit organizations) and come in a selection of shapes and sizes such as:

— producer co-operatives and associations
— export marketing companies
— importers
— retailers
— national
— regional Fair Trade networks
— financial institutions


There are four main types of Fair Trade organizations that perform various roles along the trading chain linking producers to consumers in the North and South:

Producer Organizations
Producer organizations may be village or community groups or cooperatives, and often may have joined together under export marketing umbrellas.

Fair Trade Importers and Wholesalers
Fair trade importing organizations are importers and wholesalers that source from Fair Trade Producer Organizations, and are committed to providing fair wages and employment opportunities to these producers. Fair Trade importers and wholesalers provide a range of services and assistance directly to these producers.

Fair Trade Retailers
Fair trade retailers are stores, either brick and mortar or Internet-based, or mail order catalogs, that carry fairly trade items, bought directly from Fair Trade Producer Organizations or from Fair Trade Importers and Wholesalers. Fair Trade Retailers often import and wholesale as well.

Fair Trade Labeling Initiatives
Fair Trade Labeling Initiatives certify the chain of supply of certain commodities in order to guarantee adherence to fair trade practices.

For further info on International Fair Trade:
fairtrade.org.uk / oxfam.org.uk