ECO ALIBERT Opens New Showroom Of Quality Hand-Made Furniture.

One of Ghana’s leading manufacturers of furniture, Eco Furniture Works Limited has opened its new showroom of quality home, office and outdoor furniture at East Legon, Adjiringanor in Accra.

In taking a giant step in the manufacturing of top-quality locally made furniture, Eco Alibert, a subsidiary of Eco FurnitureWorks has opened its new showroom to continue to offerthe best services they’ve given to their clients over the years.The opening of the new showroom also came with thecompany’s vision of setting up the biggest woodworks manufacturing factory which will employ many of the youth with skills and interest in woodworks.

The management of the company also took the opportunity to share with patrons somepackages available including a 50% exclusive season discount for all furniture in their showrooms.Speaking to the CEO of Eco FurnitureWorks Limited, Mr.George Oti-Bonsu at the opening, he stated that as a furniturecompany which believes that every home deserves to look their best, it was important to make this discount available for everyone.

‘The company has a vision of making locally manufactured products very attractive, affordable and worth every penny anyone spends on them and that’s why this partnership with Eco furniture and Alibert is very important. We are committed to this because we want the world to know we are also capable of producing the best furniture in Ghana and Africa’.Mr. George stated.

Through the combined effort of these two brands, patrons can be rest assured that they will have the very best of home, office, and outdoor furniture without going through the usual troubles of importing them from other countries both wholesale and retail.

The CEO of Alibert, Chief Maged Ali Taan who has been in the furniture business for over four decadesand arguably thebiggest woodwork manufacturing firm in Africa, shared his excitement about the partnership. 

‘I am excited about this partnership. It means a lot to me because Eco Furniture Works Limited and Alibert share the same vision of providing quality and affordable furniture foreveryone and that even makes it easier to achieve great success in the coming years. We are determined to make sure our clients and customers get the best services they desire’. He said.

Invited Guests, Dignitaries At The Unveiling Of The New Showroom Of Eco Alibert.

It is undeniable fact that the processes involved in importing goods can be very daunting and is always characterized withstress, inconvenience, delays but Eco Alibert is here to make things different and easier for everyone. The partnership will ensure that clients and customers will be able to receive their purchased goods within two orfour weeks based on the number of containers. This means that clients who make a purchase of one to four containers of furniture will take only four weeks to receive them in Ghana.

Currently, the two companies which are Eco Furniture WorksLimited and Alibert are putting up a huge state-of-the art manufacturing factory at Prampram where all furniture will be locally made from next year.

The project will employ many of the youth who are ready to learn the skill of furniture making in Ghana. The company over the years has provided services for companies like GNPC, Tema Development Corporation, TDC, USAID, Mawums Ltd. and many others.

Eco Furniture Works Limited has been in existence for over two decades and hasprovided many reputablecompanies and individuals with their home furniture needs. It also has under its umbrella, Eco Plus which is located behind the A&C Mall and deals in luxurious sofa sets, bedroom sets, kitchen and dining set, Eco Tech which is the home of the manufacturing of the furniture, and the new one which is Eco Alibert. At Eco Furniture Works Limited, we create, design to suit every homeand office and deliverthem on time.

The company is currently the leading manufacturerof doors, kitchen and wardrobes and the sole distributors of Tuna Doors from Turkey and Alibert in Nigeria. Currently, it has its production sites located at Spintex and Anloga junction, Kumasi and two showrooms in Adjiringanor, one at East Legon and one at Asylum Down.

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