Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh based Kridha Laminates Pvt Ltd has launched its 0.8 mm range in a glittering ceremony held in Delhi, in presence of more than 250 distributors and dealers from across the country. The launching meet was full of business related talks, showering of schemes, and entertainment, comedy and lots of fun. Kridha Laminates maiden catalogue is introduced with the blessing of respected family members of Kridha Group in traditional way, which was appreciated by the august gathering.
Kridha Laminates folder is packed with 15 textures, 24+ Glossy finish, Glitters, Suede finish and solid colours. They are using imported moulds and décor papers along with German sanding technology set up. The young and energetic Director of the company Mr. Akash Choudhary promises to produce best quality laminates, with prompt services. He said, “All our
designs are exclusive and has brought in with proper market research. We also have maintained the same strategy in door skins also.” Director Mr. Raushan Agarwal said, “We have finalized our distributors at many places and all have appreciated our range. We have taken advantage of plywood manufacturing units, in which we are known for making high quality
plywood products. Most of our plywood dealers are ready to support our laminates because they know that we produce only quality products, and do ethical business.”
“Kridha decorative laminates ensure that the surface interiors of a place look appealing and diffuse a feeling of utter enchantment when looked at. With an array of options available with KRIDHA Laminates, most people do not even have second thought about using decorative laminates to increase the beauty of their house or office interiors. Tapping the resources to the best possible, we have achieved a competitive advantage due to the technology innovation we exhibit and delivering great customer satisfaction. For delivering unparalleled quality, we use superior decorative paper and have adequate manufacturing capacity and stock to fulfil the market requirements”, added Mr. Agarwal.