PANMINQUARTZ® invites you to B34-C33 at Stone Industry International Exhibition 2018

PANMINQUARTZ® invites you to B34-C33 at Stone Industry International Exhibition 2018

Please feel free to visit PANMINQUARTZ® at Booth B34-C33 at Stone Industry International Exhibition in Moscow, Russia from April 3rd to 6th 2018.

Booth: B34-C33

Location: 119 Mira avenue, Hall 75, Moscow, Russia

Please click this link: http://en.stonefair.ru/articles/35-visitor-registration-online.html to get visitor online registration.

About Panmin

PANMIN is an innovative manufacturer of artificial quartz slabs. PANMINQUARTZ® is man-made quartz surfaces from PANMIN, which can be applied in residential and commercial interior decoration including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and office table. 

Currently, we have three factories, two in China and one in Cambodia to provide sufficient services to our customers.

For more information about PANMIN, please refer to our contact page and we should get back to you ASAP.

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