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2019-05-04 12:29:35 BdST

The leading German kitchen brand has 300 unique kitchen designsKitchen brand SEA opens showroom in Bangladesh


A leading German modular kitchen brand, SEA, has opened SEA Kitchens, a showroom in Banani, Dhaka, with a wide range of its latest designs.

The Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangladesh, H.E. Peter Fahrenholtz, was present at the opening event. Managing Director of SEA Group Alexander Sofalvi, and Chief Operations Officer (COO) of SEA Group, Inga Buchholz, welcomed guests at the showroom's launch on Thursday.

SEA Kitchens strives to offer world-class services—including creative, durable, and high-quality kitchen interior solutions—to end consumers. Its unique designs use materials and finishes that mirror nature and are inspired by the elements.

SEA Kitchens—with its local joint venture Coffee People Ltd—is set to deliver a unique experience to customers in regard to exceptional kitchen designs, unparalleled customer service, and outstanding quality.

Managing Director of SEA Group Alex Sofalvi said: "Our wide range of products—such as kitchens and wardrobes—are manufactured and assembled in Germany and Europe, as a complete one-stop solution for an individual and creative lifestyle."

The COO of Sea Group, Inga Buchholz, said: “There are new textures, new tastes, and new things to be experienced in the kitchen. At SEA, the aesthetic, functional and physical longevity of our product is absolutely pivotal and stands the test of time.”

Employing the latest technology—and featuring premium fittings that have been customized to suit the Bangladeshi market and customer requirements—SEA offers 300 varieties of glass, ceramic, wood, and lacquer finishes, and an array of ultra-modern components. These include precision-engineered soft-closing drawers, fully motorized shutters, and island units whose height can be adjusted at the press of a button.

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