What is a Hobo Bag?
Hobo Bag is a style of handbag made from soft material that slumps, or slouches, when set down. Historically hobo bags are shoulder bags with crescent shape. Modern version of this popular women's accessory has zippered top closure and comes in many different sizes and shapes.
Hobo handbags are suitable for daily use and yet have the right touch of fashion. They are roomy enough to let you take many of your essentials with you and still stylish enough to let you make that fashion statement.
What is a Tote Bag?
Tote bag is an adaptation of the paper shopping bag. Totes come in many different sizes. Modern tote bags are sturdy with an open top entry and two strap handles. The inside construction of a tote bag may have zippered compartments. Tote bags are popular because they are casual and handy for carrying items.
What is a Staw Bag?
Natural materials for the straw handbag and basket bag industries use native fibers such as abaca, raffia, lupis, tikog, bancuan, pandan and sea grass. Much of the Philippine's natural straw materials grow in lush Bicol Region. The HandBag Factory only sells the best natural materials to manufacture handbags.
Straw basket bags have been a basic summer accessories for years. Modern straw basket bags use hand loomed abaca or raffia to give a soft cloth-like texture. Woven straw bags are an ideal summer accessory because they can work well in both a casual and a semi-formal setting. They also make a great beach accessory
What is EMS (Express Mail Service) ?
EMS (Express Mail Service) is an express delivery service which connects more than 190 countries and territories worldwide.
EMS is provided by the Post as their postal express service for documents and merchandise. EMS takes priority over other postal services.
EMS can be sent from from Post Office counters in over 190 countries or it can be collected from customer's premises. The EMS network has the most customer access points in the world based on Post Office counters.
Largest delivery network worldwide - EMS postal operators have the largest last mile coverage worldwide supported by the postal delivery network.