Clay Craft India goes international
Opens its exclusive outlet in AustraliaOctober 11, 2013 | comments ( 0 ) |
Manufacturer and retailer of bone china and ceramic tableware, Clay Craft India has opened an exclusive outlet in Australia. Spread in 800 sq. ft. space, this new outlet will reach to the Australian customers who love Indian theme and designs.
Initially company will offer its high-end designer range as per the international quality standards. This store will mainly offer fine bone china, ceramic ware and Thermoware products. This product range includes tableware and tea-sets, kitchenware, interior art pieces and exclusively designed mugs.
Rajesh Agarwal, Managing Director of Clay Craft India, says, “As a part of our global market strategy, we are aggressively looking at expanding our network in various countries. This store opening is a part of our strategy and within 5 years we will launch 7 more international outlet in US, Canada, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Australia. Looking at the increasing demand of Indian made crockery, we are confident that we will reach to the demand of various countries.”
Handmade in India, traditional and Mughal theme based products will be the key attractions that will serve the demand of Australian market. Starting from a range of 100 ml to 500 ml Mugs, set of Cup & Saucers, various combinations of Tea/Coffee sets, Dinnerware for six persons serving and serving for eight persons in combination of 18 pieces to 124 pieces will be available at this store.
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