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Raumplus Expands Operations in Nigeria

Posted: May 12, 2016 at 1:50 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Nkasiobi Oluikpe


Lagos – Raumplus, a leading global interior and furniture design company, has underscored its commitment to accelerate the development of the property industry in Nigeria through transfer of skills and the establishment of factories to produce its products locally.
Adeyanju Adelakun, Managing Director, Raumplus Nigeria made the assertion at the opening of the Ultra-modern office complex and showroom of the company in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

Adelakun said the company has in no small measure engendered growth in the nations’ property market by creating and adding value through quality furnishing products to complement the structural developments in the nation’s property industry.

He emphasised that it is the vision of the company to commence building factories in Nigeria to promote local content development and provide employment opportunities for Nigerians.
According to him, raumplus, has brought innovations into the Nigerian interior design sector, the company with its cutting edge technology has introduced products that help in achieving home design dreams.

He noted that the company’s products provide solutions for living rooms and workplaces with modern day technology used in producing products like sliding doors, room dividers and cabinet systems.
Adelakun reiterated his company’s commitment to further tap into the enormous potentials the economy offers to expand business operations.

He said the global brand is deepening its brand equity in Nigeria in order to provide high value interior furnishing and quality home appliances for Nigerians.

In his speech at the occasion, Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode stated that Nigeria’s economy offers huge potentials and opportunities for investors to leverage on and establish their businesses. He commended Raumplus for retaining a strong pedigree in the nation’s furniture industry and the Nigeria’s property market in general.
Ambode asserted that the economy is big enough for every key player to participate and showcase their business acumen and produce products that meet the taste of the people; maintaining that the economy offers a level playing ground for every organization, as a result, more businesses should take advantage of the potentials that abound in the economy.

He commended the foresight of the franchisee, Adeyanju Adelakun in maintaining a sustainable business partnership with the world’s renowned brand. He further urged global organizations to ensure the opening of local factories in Nigeria to further expand their operations.
The occasion was graced by Professor Amos Utuama, former Delta State Deputy Governor and Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, represented by his Special Adviser, Education, Obafela Bank Olemoh.

Utuama lauded the emergence of Raumplus in Abuja describing it as a strategic move to expand business operations in Nigeria.

He said it is a laudable vision for the global brands to introduce new innovative products into the Nigerian market.

Utuama, however, said the business model of Raumplus to meet the desired needs of customers in Nigeria is commendable as the new office complex in Abuja is part of strategic business growth and expansion.