V-Guard celebrates 2-year completion in Valley
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 22: To celebrating two-year completion of its operations in the Valley, V-Guard Industries Limited, a Kerala-based company, today held a dealers’ meet at a local hotel here.
The company has been active in the Valley for the last two years through its distributors and service centre M/s Sana Incorporation.
On the occasion its GM Marketing, Ashok Malik highlighted the company's profile, achievements and future plans.
Malik said V-Guard is known all over India as an “honest company offering true value to its customers through its technologically superior product range.”
He said the company has won trust of millions of satisfied customers.
He said the company established in 1977 by Kouchouseph Chittilappily in Kochin (Kerala) with an investment of Rs 1 lakh as a stabilizer manufacturing unit, has accomplished a turnover of Rs 737 crore in the last fiscal.
He said the company envisions a turnover of Rs 1120 crore in the current fiscal through its diversified portfolio with stabilizers, pumps, inverters and batteries, UPS, fans, geysers, solar water heaters, LT and HT electric cables, etc.
“V-Guard with its pan-India presence is reaching to its customers from Kanyakumari to Kashmir,” he said.
Present on the occasion were V-Guard Ludhiana Branch Head, Manikuttan and Gayser and Pump Head, Dheeraj Ahuja who explained the “outstanding features” of V-Guard products to the dealers of the Valley.
Sana Incorporation was represented by its MD Jan Muhammad who assured the dealers of best co-operation and prompt after-sale support.
He informed the dealers that they can call on toll free no. 180030001800 for any inquiry or assistance.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 22 May 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 22 May 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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