Hatil makes foray into Nepali marketHatil, the leading furniture brand in Bangladesh, has made its debut in the Nepali market.
Hatil, the leading furniture brand in Bangladesh, has made its debut in the Nepali market.
Akhil Trading Concern is the authorised dealer of Hatil. The furniture are of elegant, contemporary design and available at affordable prices, the company said.
Hatil has opened its showroom at the United World Trade Center in Tripureshwor, Kathmandu. The furniture are claimed to be the fusion of modern design and state of the art manufacturing facilities.
Speaking at the inauguration of the showroom, Supplies Minister Deepak Bohora said the introduction of the products has provided a new option for consumers looking to purchase high quality furniture.
Akhil Chapagain, chairman of Akhil Trading, said Hatil was one of the most established brands in countries such as US, Russia, Canada, Thailand, Bhutan and the Middle-east.
“The use of products from the brand is expected to enrich the lifestyle of the users,” he said.
Selim H Rehman, managing director and chairman of Hatil Complex, Bangladesh, said the furniture could act as an ambassador for Bangladeshi products.
“Our Nepal showroom is just another manifestation of our dream,” said Rehman claiming that the brand was earning fame in the global furniture industry.
The inauguration programme was attended by Bangladeshi Ambassador to Nepal Mashfee Binte Shams, Vice-chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh Mafruah Sultana and the high ranking officials of Hatil Complex, Bangladesh.
In its opening offer, Hatil has come up with promotional discount on all booking made for the next one week.
Hatil is one of the large furniture manufacturing companies in Bangladesh. The company employs over 2,000 people.