Furniture In Fashion to Supply Iraqi Govt

By John Lee.

UK-based FurnitureInFashion has announced that the Iraq government has placed “a gigantic order” for office furniture for the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health and other governmental bodies.

The owner and Managing Director of FurnitureInFashion Asad Shamim (pictured) said:

With Iraq’s plan to reconstruct the infrastructure, FurnitureInFashion saw a lot of possibility to set up a great deal in the emerging markets of Iraq …

“This is an excellent opportunity for the company to make the most of the business voyage and hence develop and grow the client portfolio and credibility. With the past experience of supplying £60,000 worth of furniture to an Iraqi Hotel in Al-Najaf, we are all set to deliver an extensive range of office furniture to government employees for government offices.

(Source: FurnitureInFashion)

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