Villa India eyes Kashmir market
Srinagar, Apr 17: Managing Director, Villa India, Narayan V L today said the company is looking forward to expand its market base in Kashmir.
He said the company is supplying medical equipment to the government and private healthcare institutions across India.
Narayan while talking to Greater Kashmir said: “We are planning to open our unit here so that we can provide services as well as train local people in handling the sophisticated equipment.”
He said if the state government provides adequate subsidies to corporate sector, many big corporate houses will invest in Kashmir.
“I want to provide employment to skilled youth and in a few years maybe I will establish a unit of the company here” he said.
About Villa India, Narayan said since its establishment in 1991, the company has been actively marketing medical equipment with a sole purpose of bringing in the latest Medical Science to the Indian health market and meeting the growing and qualified demands.
“Our main thrust area is in the field of Orthopaedics, Radiology, Dentistry, Urology and General Surgery. Our main strength is in the reliability of the products we market and the technical support we offer to our customers.”
He said satisfaction of the customer in terms of service and product quality is “our main goal.”
“We have best doctors present in our country but what we are lacking is the infrastructure. We at Villa India try to provide best medical equipment and imaging facilities to the health sector of the country. For that purpose we have joined hands with German based Dental equipment company Sirona,” Narayan said
He added that “we offer service in site to our customers. We are registered with various Government agencies and centralized purchase organizations in the country. We provide complete logistic support to our customer.”
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