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Company plans re-launch

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, February 02, 2013

CONSTRUCTION Services Limited plans to relaunch its products as part of an awareness campaign on the use of its building materials.

The effort was aimed at informing architects, engineers and property owners of its products and highlights for the year.

Business development consultant Navin Sharma said they were working with the New Zealand Trade Commission to showcase some of their products such as aluminium joinery glass, glassware and hardware.

"I have discussed this with the New Zealand Trade Commissioner and we are going to do one in Suva at the residence of the High Commissioner," he said.

"There will be some New Zealand entities present to showcase their products as well. The reason we are doing this is because competitors are gaining business on the basis of the price.

"We are trying to educate the market on the quality of materials and not just the price."

Mr Sharma said cheaper range product did not live up to the quality of the brand names.

"This is one reason for the awareness to educate the market here on the quality of materials that they propose."

He said the construction company ordered its products from New Zealand because of its high quality.

The date of the re-launch would be finalised soon.


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