RAK Ceramics showroom renovation complete
Sharjah, December 19, 2011
RAK Ceramics, the world's largest ceramic tiles and bathware manufacturing company, has recently completed renovation of its showroom in Sharjah.
The renovated showroom will cater to evolving customer requirements and accommodate the company’s expanding range of innovative products and designs produced using the latest technology, said a statement.
The showroom now features a synchronised display of the entire product range of RAK Ceramics, as well as dedicated sections for the latest ceramics and Gres Porcellanato tiles, best sellers, bathware and the Elegance Ceramics collection, while continuing to offer the most extensive collection of alternatives in tiling and bathware solution.
The 3,000 sq ft showroom is located in a prime location in Sharjah, taking advantage of the growing reputation of the emirate as a key ceramic tile and bathware market hub. RAK Ceramics currently maintains two showrooms in Sharjah, underlining the strong demand for top-quality tile and bathware solutions in the emirate.
Abdallah Massaad, deputy CEO of RAK Ceramics, said: “It has been our strategy to continue to innovate and introduce new ideas and concepts through our creations and in the way we present our products to our customers. The renovations that we have made on our Sharjah showroom therefore serve as an excellent manifestation of our commitment to push the boundaries of creativity and innovation to satisfy the evolving demands in the market. RAK Ceramics will continue to look for new ways to enhance our products and services and ensure optimum customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.” – TradeArabia News Service
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