Partnering for progress

BMB Group enters Indian UPVC market partnering with FIRAT.

The BMB Group has entered into an Exclusive Authorised Reseller (EAR) agreement with FIRAT of Turkey to provide European standard UPVC profiles and Window solutions across India. BMB TORFIRA INC., the new venture launched for this business, has strong plans to cater to various segments of UPVC market across the country.
“We are proud to introduce the globally acclaimed brand ‘Winehouse’ range of eco-friendly UPVC Doors and Windows in India in collaboration with Turkey’s FIRAT Group,” says Ramesh Kothari, Managing Partner, BMB Group. “We are taking forward the Make in India mission of the Government in a big way.”

Besides profile sales and hardware sales, BMB TORFIRAT INC. has set up a world class UPVC Window manufacturing facility in Hubballi, in Karnataka to cater to the retail market directly in Karnataka and Goa, as also nearby metro markets, such as Mumbai, Hyderabad and Pune. The Company plans to start commercial operations from September 2018 and will enter into partnerships with Fabricators across the country.

“Our immediate focus for this year is on claiming a market share of 5.0 per cent with an eco-friendly and customer-centric approach. We are in talks with fabricators, architects and developers and are entering into customised understandings with each one of them for a win-win partnership,” added Mahendra Kothari, Partner, BMB TORFIRAT INC.
“BMB Winhouse range in India is designed completely with the local requirements and preferences in mind and is customised for the Indian customers,” says Yogesh Kothari.

“We are taking forward the Make in India mission of the Government in a big way.”
Ramesh Kothari, Managing Partner, BMB Group.
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