JAMMU, Nov 9: Amul Boards Private Limited organized a quality awareness programme at M/s Building Affairs, Aggarwal Complex, Marble Market, Jammu, their sole distributor for entire Jammu region.
A large number of contractors participated in the programme and took keen interest in the products of the company. The meeting was conducted by BM Vikas Choudhry, ASM Ajit Pal Singh of Amul Ply and Anil Aggarwal, Director of Building Affairs.
Addressing the audience, Vikas Choudhry said, “Quality wise, Amul stands parallel to any other leading brand in India as the products are made mainly from selected imported hardwood and are guaranteed against borer, powder and termite attack”.
“Leveraging on latest technology based manufacturing process, it has been always an endeavour of the company to provide best quality and widest range of hard core Gurjan Plywood, block boards, flush doors, flexible plywood, WPC boards, decorative plywood, etc. A stringent procurement procedure ensures the sourcing of the finest raw materials and being acutely customer focused”, he said.
Choudhary said that the company markets its products under the brand name “Amul Platinum” its premium product with Triple The Cost lifetime warranty ensuring the refund of triple the actual cost paid by the customer at the time of purchase of the product, in case any defect including borer, powder and termite attack arises in the plywood at any instance while “Amul Gold” carries free time bound replacement warranty against any kind of manufacturing defect.
Briefing the audience about some other high quality products that Building Affairs is dealing into, Anil Aggarwal said, “with broad range of products, finishes, colours and combinations, our showroom provides a reliable reference to the most sophisticated customers who demand the best, and that too at affordable prices”.
“The consumers spend their hard earned money on their dream houses and we are therefore, committed on providing the best quality products at most reasonable prices so that our customers get value for money,” Aggarwal added.