12.02.2016 - 16.02.2016 — Hall: 10.1 Stand: B 15
A third generation family business, CV. Dharma Siadja traces its origin to year 1940 and K. P. Rodja Gallery. Late K. P. Rodja, founder of the Gallery and grandfather of current Director, had a pioneering vision – bringing centuries-old Balinese art of woodcarving to the outside world. Evolution continued through his son, late Wayan Gede Siadja, and to address continued business growth, he established Fa. Siadja in 1969. CV. Dharma Siadja is a continuation of this entity.
The vision of CV. Dharma Siadja remains as focused today as it was throughout its predecessor entities: To be the supplier of choice of Decorative & Functional Home Accessories - handmade, ethnic crafts providing a fusion of centuries-old tradition and contemporary elegance - to specialist distribution channels globally.
• Home Accents
• Decorative Accessories
- Natural Fibre
• Wood Crafts/Carvings
• Picture Frames/Mirrors
• Wall Décor
• Lifestyle Living Accessories
• Garden Décor/Accessories
• Candle Accessories
The core management is provided by Ketut Dharma Siadja, Director, and his wife, Dewi Shinta Siadja, Assistant Director. Schooled in Business Management in Australia, they have formed a lean and market-responsive team to manage continued international market expansions. To manage this growth and build upon it in years ahead, the family has put in place a team of very capable and professional managers and staff in key areas e.g. Marketing, R& D / Designing / Product Development, Sampling, Production, Quality Control, and Customer Service.
MANUFACTURING and SUPPLY CHAIN:
Company’s two nearby manufacturing facilities – with a combined area of 11,000 M2 – include, among others: Dry kilns to reduce moisture content and cracks in carved/processed wood, machine shops, and seaworthy and distribution compatible packaging. Well trained and developed 350-strong in-house production workers are complemented by a team of 20 highly experienced Quality Controllers.
Over the years, the company has also formed strong supply chain partnerships within and outside Bali – on the back of excellent crafts skills handed down from generations - across all four material groups: Wood, Metal/Iron, Terracotta, and Natural Fibre. These partnerships have endured the test of time through reinforcements of three critical ingredients:
• Consistently high quality – meeting or exceeding our benchmarks
• Timeliness of deliveries
• Competitive and efficient cost structures