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Woodstyles showcases five-star hotel furniture at exhibition

By Geraldine Akutu
30 December 2017   |   4:47 am
Five-star hotels in Nigeria have always had a challenge of fitting out their hotel lobbies, walkways, bars, restaurants and rooms with the appropriate furniture style...

Samir Bader; Managing Director Woodstyles, Tess Onaji-Benson; Business Consultant, Mustapha Olorunnimbe; MD Miele Gallery Nigeria and Mohamed EL Khier, Head of Marketing & Business Development at the company’s event in Lagos.

Five-star hotels in Nigeria have always had a challenge of fitting out their hotel lobbies, walkways, bars, restaurants and rooms with the appropriate furniture style and quality, as really good furniture all had to be imported from manufacturers abroad, adding to the cost of capital needed to erect a top-notch 5-Star hotel.

Another challenge they also face is obtaining replacements in case of damages by users, etc.

Managing Director of Woodstyles Limited, Mr. Samir Bader, said that it was established in January 2015, with a factory of around 10,000SQM, fitted with state of the-art-machineries, tools and equipment, automating as much as the current technology allows, ensuring high quality and precision in all our products.

“We created a culture of quality in every aspect of the business even in the smallest detail from the cleaning of the factory floor to the outfit of our workforce and we worked it upwards to the actual management of the business.”

He continued: “Since 2015 we have successfully completed several complex and large projects in Lagos, Abuja, Enugu, Port Harcourt and Ogun State. We currently formed a business understanding between Woodstyles and Miele Nigeria represented by CEO, Mr. Mostafa to collaborate in providing an integrated solution for customers of Woodstyles and Miele Nigeria.

Our prices are quite affordable to meet our client needs. I think Nigeria can be the hub of Africa when it comes to investment and manufacturing because it has what it takes.

“Nigerians should support made in Nigeria products to help the businesses grow. We are very optimistic of the future of Nigeria as a great nation providing opportunities to people.”