Xiamen Stone Fair, Hall L, Stand L037 & L038
(March 2012) JUMA mines the world famous Jura marble in Germany technically pace-setting southern regions. A limestone, noble in appearance and with a high frequency of fossil inclusions of which JUMA’s CEO, Michael Holzäpfel says: „Superior quality from our own quarries is our mark of distinction going hand in hand with premium service for ambitious projects such as shopping malls, administrative buildings or hotels but also private orders for counter-tops.“
Since it’s founding in the 80’s, JUMA has expanded its pallet to deliver full service. „Our assortment of granites includes Indian and Chinese classic stone, our limestone and marble-lines embrace Italian classic marble as well as Croatian limestone and much more“, according to Michael Holzäpfel.
But special mention is due to South-Tyrolean Göflaner marble, the world-wide hardest marble stemming from Europe’s highest quarries at an elevation of about 2250 m.
But composite quartz is also available. JUMA is the exclusive supplier of quartz forms from Quartzforms’ production in the city of Magdeburg.
Here are some specs on the enterprise: JUMA entertains a staff of 150 in Germany alone working 300,000 m² quarries in 130,000 m² production-sites with state of the art technology.
Production amounts to 10,000 m³ value added stone/year. In total 70 types of stone are on offer, of which 50 are permanently in stock.
JUMA has representatives in Poland, Russia, France and the USA.
To mention but a few of JUMA’s reference objects: the Reichstag in Berlin, shopping malls in Nanjing and Los Angeles, Tokyo’s Kijouto Museum and Roppongi Centre, Moscow’s Copperhouse and the King Fahd Hospital in Rijad.
Michael Holzäpfel will be present in person at this year’s Stone Fair in Xiamen: Hall L, Stand L037 & L038