35 new concepts, luxurious new designs now available in unique 45x90 size
Srinagar- Kajaria Ceramics, India's No.1 and the world's 8th largest manufacturer of ceramic and vitrified tiles launched the new Royal collection of tiles in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.
The launching ceremony was held at the Taj vivanta, Srinagar and was inaugurated by Sanjay Mattoo, DGM-Marketing for Kajaria Ceramics Ltd along with all the Kajaria authorised dealers of valley.
“The Royal collection features tiles in a Perfect 45x90 size, along with 45x45 matching floor tiles, making it aesthetically pleasing and perfect for a variety of uses. Royal consists of 35 concepts with exciting new designs inspired by luxurious lifestyles. The collection comes in 2 finishes: glossy and satin matt for a versatile range of uses,” said a statement.
“Kajaria prides itself on offering supreme products with an unmatched blend of aesthetic appeal and functionality. The Royal collection is the perfect addition to the Kajaria portfolio, with unique looks and incredible features backed by 3 decades of trust,” the statement added.
“Kajaria Ceramics was founded in 1988 with a vision to offer quality and innovation along with aesthetics to its consumers. In over 30 years, Kajaria is a name that is synonymous with quality, service and innovation - not only in the domestic market but internationally too. With its global manufacturing base in India, Kajaria's manufacturing units are equipped with cutting edge technology. Extensive automation, robotic car application and a zero chance for human error are a few reasons Kajaria is the undisputed leader of the industry,” the statements said.
For more details, please visit: haps://www.kajariaceram ics.com/
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