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Nobel Carpets aims to deliver high quality products
27
Feb '10
With an objective to maintain customer trust and loyalty in the New Year, Lucky Fibres Plc, producers of the renowned Nobel Carpets and Rugs, has reaffirmed its commitment of delivering high quality and standard products, stated it's General Manager Mr. Rohit Lonkar during official flag-off ceremony for patronage of Made-in-Nigeria products, recently organized in Lagos.

Lucky Fibres Plc that sells products under the brand name 'Nobel Carpets and rugs' represented the Nigerian Textile Manufacturers Association and sponsored the red carpet at the grand event inaugurated by the Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Mr. Humphrey Enemakwu Abah. It had displayed an array of its carpet products.

This included variety of carpets such as wall to wall carpets, customized carpets for blue chip customers, centre rugs, prayer mats, door mats as well as branded carpets and rugs for two leading English Premiership Football Clubs, Manchester United and Arsenal. The company has maintained an international standard to cater quality products to its local as well as international customers, informed Mr. Lonkar.

With making investments in technology, keeping focus on quality and innovating beautiful designs, styles and colours, the company will continue moving forward, emphasized Mr. Lonkar. The company manufactures products through effective processes, monitors the quality of products and ensures the delivery of quality and standard products to its consumers, he added.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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