You may want to plan a few extra courses for your next meal on the Panama Jack Island Cove Slatted Swivel Rocking Patio Dining Set - Seats 4, because we predict that you won't be going anywhere soon. This casual and luxurious set features classically inspired lines and a warm hue on the powder-coated espresso finish that makes it an ideal addition to any patio decor style. Each piece is crafted from lightweight, rustproof aluminum, making it resistant to corrosion and staining outdoors. The seats and seat backs incorporate a material known as Viro, a synthetic wicker that has all the charm and feel of real wicker while boasting superior durability and resistance to fading and rot. Heavy-duty hinges offer the smooth-moving rocking and swivel motion for a more relaxed and leisurely experience. The slat-top table gives you a sturdy, functional surface that's lightweight and easy to maintain, and the central umbrella hole lets you add an umbrella for those sunny days.
About Hospitality Rattan
Hospitality Rattan has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of contract quality rattan, wicker, and bamboo furnishings since 2000. The company's product lines have become dominant in the Casual Rattan, Wicker, and Outdoor Markets because of their quality construction, variety, and attractive design. Designed for buyers who appreciate upscale furniture with a tropical feel, Hospitality Rattan offers a range of indoor and outdoor collections featuring all-aluminum frames woven with Viro or Rehau synthetic wicker fiber that will not fade or crack when subjected to the elements. Hospitality Rattan furniture is manufactured to hospitality specifications and quality standards, which exceed the standards for residential use.
Hospitality Rattan's Environmental Commitment
Hospitality Rattan is continually looking for ways to limit their impact on the environment and is always trying to use the most environmentally friendly manufacturing techniques and materials possible. The company manufactures the highest quality furniture following sound and responsible environmental policies, with minimal impact on natural resources. Hospitality Rattan is also committed to achieving environmental best practices throughout its activity whenever this is practical and takes responsibility for the development and implementation of environmental best practices throughout all operations. Hospitality Rattan maintains a policy of continuous environmental improvement and therefore is a continuing work in progress.
Hospitality Rattan's Environmentally Friendly Manufacturing Process
All of Hospitality Rattan products are green. From its basic raw materials of rattan poles, peels, leather, bamboo, abaca, lampacanay, wood, leather strips, and boards, down to other materials like nails, staples, water-based adhesives, finishes, stains, glazes and packing materials, all have minimum impact to the environment and are safe, biodegradable, recycled, and mostly recyclable. Aside from this, the products have undergone an environmentally-friendly process that makes them "greener." The company's rattan components are sourced from sustained-yield managed forests, which means the methods used to grow and harvest the rattan vines ensure the long-term life of the forest and protect the biodiversity of the forest's ecosystems.
Hospitality Rattan is committed to buying and using all materials, from rattan and hardwood to finishing materials, from reputable and renewable suppliers and seeks appropriate evidence that suppliers are in compliance with this policy. Hospitality Rattan strives to use materials that are processed in an environmentally responsible manner, or consist of a high level of recycled material. Finishing materials and stains used in Hospitality Rattan's furniture products consist of 75% water-based solutions which evaporate upon application with reduced or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). The furniture factories use water-based glues, stains, topcoats and other finishes on all of their products. The switch from traditional solvent-based processes to water-based processes involved consolidating several processes by the factories, resulting in an 85% reduction in VOC emissions.