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40 years later

Kunal Kavit
Friday, February 22, 2013

Mahijibhai & Company has been in business for the last 40 years. They started off in Nadi and later moved to Martintar with a bigger warehouse.

"We are planning to build a larger warehouse of 200 square metres which will enable us to serve better," the company said.

At Mahijibhai, the focus is on customers' needs as the company brings up the best solution at the right price.

The company specialises in bathroom fittings.

"We keep brands like Ideal Standards, Caroma, Clark sinks and many more. "We have a wide range of bathroom ware like toilet sets and tap ware, which we supply to lots of hotels and major projects.

All our tap ware are of Australian and New Zealand standards, while the Ideal Standards tap ware comes with life time drip free warrantee.

Mahijibhai & Company have the largest stock of plumbing accessories in Fiji.

The range include Hepworth Fittings, Ideal Standards, Iplex fittings, K2 fittings, Speed fits and copper fittings.

Visit Mahijibhai & Company store for all your plumbing needs.





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