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Global Quartz Manufacturer LE Surfaces Opens New Factory in Thailand

The facility, with 5.4 million square feet of capacity, will have 70 production lines


AUSTIN, Texas – August 27, 2021 – LE Surfaces, the global leader in quartz surface manufacturing, has announced the grand opening of its new factory with 5.4 million square feet of production capacity located in the suburbs of Bangkok, Thailand.

Built in record time, the factory has eight production lines and eight more will be installed by the end of 2021. Once fully built out, the factory will have 70 production lines.

LE Surfaces designs and manufactures the world’s most innovative and natural looking quartz products. Its hand-crafted work is distributed through more than 200 distribution points in the United States alone.

“At LE, we do way more than produce slabs. We take the time to help our clients grow profitability by curating a quartz offering tailored to the channels they serve. Our creative and support teams are available to help clients with tower sourcing, tower design, sampling, digital assets, website support and more,” said Erik Butler, Executive Vice President of LE Surfaces. “And as a result of the global shipping crisis, we provide dedicated shipping and logistical support. Our ShipEnsure™ program offloads the hassle of handing freight while guaranteeing stable freight costs,” he added.

“Our focus and competitive advantage rests in making the entire spectrum of beautiful, high-quality, veined quartz slabs,” says Butler.

LE Surfaces’ global presence extends to more than 35 countries, serviced through an extensive network of independent distributors and large original equipment manufacturer clients. LE Surfaces, through its marketing and distribution entities and additional manufacturing facilities under construction, expects to service clients in 140 countries by 2025.

LE Surfaces is committed to supplying products that meet only the highest levels of quality and environmental standards and is certified by GREENGUARD and NSF/51.

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Erik Butler