Firm begins training of Nigerians on ceramic tiles, sanitary wares
Messrs CDK Integrated industries has began training of Nigerians as part of activities to commence production of high-quality standards porcelain tiles and sanitary wares in its state-of-art factories in Shagamu, Ogun state.
According to Dr Khater Massaad, CEO of CDK Integrated Industries, ‘’To achieve the world class status, we are training Nigerians and investing in equipments that will make us produce high-quality products of ceramic tiles and sanitary wares.Our goal is to be the hub of ceramic tiles and sanitary wares in West Africa and we have started the journey of building two world class factories, a great place to work and a place Nigerians will be proud to be associated with, as we are also environmentally friendly in the nature of our construction.
“With one million square meters of land in Shagamu, Ogun state we are set for the world to experience something new and wonderful from Nigeria. It is going to be the most modern factory in the world today and our training of staff is world class.”
CDK Integrated Industries Sanitary Wares factory will be producing 500,000 pieces of several models of European designs collections, with the best technology, best raw materials, highest standard, world class fittings and soft closing hinges amongst others annually.
CDK Integrated Industries Porcelain Tiles factory will be producing 60X60, 30×60 and 40×40 polished glazed, glazed polished and soluble salt tiles with superior quality state of the art technology and digital printing.
“A lot of people will benefit from our existence in the country as we will help save the country some needed foreign currencies instead of it being used to import over 65million square meters of tiles from Europe.
Nigeria is the biggest economy in Africa, and it is providing a great platform for us to establish factories in a country with almost all the raw materials needed in the manufacturing of tiles and sanitary wares, he said.
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