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Fitting range of wears

Losalini Vuki
Friday, November 03, 2017

DOMINION Apparels Ltd offers Fijians something fitting for everyone! The company has been manufacturers of quality garments, mens wear and shirts, ladies wear, kids wear and also corporate uniforms for companies, kalavata, church groups and corporate parties.

Dominion Apparels Ltd was established in 1998.

Company director Harshal Ramji said the company had wide range of sizes that could fit all Fijians.

"We are stocked with bula fabrics to meet customers' demands and larger quantities," said Mr Ramji.

"As wholesalers, we also export to island countries like Papua New Guinea (PNG), Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Cook Islands and other small Pacific Islands."

Dominion Apparels Ltd trading as Nu Look is located at BSP Suva Central Building in Suva, 39 Waimanu Rd, Suva, and 16 Toorak Rd. For more information, you can contact Shanta on telephone 3300856, Marau on mobile 8675708 or email on

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