Rajkot-based Italik Metalware, manufacturers of architectural hardware and furniture fittings, will be focusing on the domestic market to boost its growth further. “Our main focus will be the domestic market; there is a lot of untapped market with huge business potential for us,” said Haresh Lakhwani, director of the company. The company, on its part,
Kainya’s newly renovated showroom at Mumbai’s Swami Vivekanand Road in Malad West, spread over 6,000 sft, aims to make shopping a delight. Set up first in 2000, the large well lit showroom with a huge lobby displays thousands of products. The showroom has been divided into zones to showcase specific product categories, viz architectural hardware,
Interior functionality major Häfele has launched a new design showroom in Thane, Maharashtra. The showroom targets architect and interior designers who are catering to commercial, hospitality or residential projects. It displays an innovative and space-optimising range of architectural hardware, furniture fittings, and kitchen, wardrobe and sliding solutions, in an experiential setting. “The showroom depicts efficient
Bengaluru-based furniture fittings specialist Cervetti India is keen on expanding its retail footprint beyond present markets of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. “As we seek to expand, we will be focusing on new states,” informed Ajay Jain (firstname.lastname@example.org), director–business development at Cervetti. In an exclusive interaction with Sourcing Hardware, Jain shared that the new states and
The company will build a vast distribution network and offer channel partners complete solutions By Gyanendra Kumar Kashyap There’s a new kid on the kitchen and furniture fittings block. The newly set up Hettich subsidiary, HePo India, has entered the domestic market armed with three business verticals – screws and fasteners, built-in appliances, and engineered
Furniture fittings major Häfele has launched its first state-of-the-art design showroom at Dhaka in Bangladesh. The showroom, spread over 3,300sft and showcasing interior trends with innovative functionality through interactive and functional display settings, was inaugurated by German Ambassador to Bangladesh Dr Thomas Prinz. While speaking at the inaugurgation, Häfele South Asia managing director Jürgen Wolf
Blum, one of the world’s largest and most innovative furniture fittings maker, grew its global business by 8% during the last fiscal that ended July 2017, thereby notching sales of €1,788.08 million. While it operates in nearly 120 countries the Austrian company’s focus on India is steadily growing, says Blum India’s managing director Martin Herr.