Uratex Monoblock launches ‘Bawal Ang Marupok’ campaign

Uratex Monoblock launches ‘Bawal Ang Marupok’ campaign. (Contributed photo)
Uratex Monoblock launches ‘Bawal Ang Marupok’ campaign. (Contributed photo)

PLASTIC chairs, tables, and drawers are often used in Filipino households, workplaces, and various establishments. Regardless of size, layout, and design preference, these must-have essentials have proven their importance to furnish and transform a space into a functional, conducive place that can be easily redesigned whenever needed.

Due to the high demand, various brands produce plastic home furnishing items, specifically monobloc chairs, to make them more accessible and available to consumers. However, not all are made the same. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), through the Bureau of Philippine Standards (DTI-BPS) has implemented guidelines and standards to ensure quality and safety— requiring all manufacturers, distributors, and importers of monobloc chairs and stools to apply for the mandatory Philippine Standard (PS) mark—proof that the product passed the standards set by the DTI-BPS.

In line with its mission to provide the best quality products and address the desire of the consumers for durable and value for money items, Uratex Monoblock is one of the plastic furniture brands that adhered and passed the mandatory tests and requirements set by the DTI-BPS for monobloc chairs and stool; the first brand in the Philippines to pass Level 5 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)—ISO 7173, the highest plastic furniture standard in the country.

Why “Bawal Ang Marupok?”

Bawal ang Marupok
bawal talaga ang marupok


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