Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sri Lanka tableware exporter eyes Indian market

Oct 05, 2011 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's troubled tableware exporter Dankotuwa Porcelain is focusing more on the Indian market as economic problems in traditional Western markets affects demand.

The firm has signed an agreement for an agent in the Indian states of Maharashtra and Goa, a statement said.
This will ensure its porcelain tableware products, which are already available in the south and northern states of India, are sold in Mumbai and other western areas of India as well.

"Although facing severe competition from many overseas producers in Bangladesh, Indonesia and China, Dabkotuwa has always responded quickly to changing market demands and has won back the markets," it said.

"With the more recent and more severe downturn in the traditional markets of Europe and USA and the turnaround in those markets taking time, the company is now focusing on the Asian region and has been making steady inroads into India."

The statement also said Dankotuwa Porcelain recently won a 'Gold Award" at the National Chamber of Exporters awards.

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1 comment:

Disposable Tableware said...

India I think is a great country to export something. Since Sri Lanka and Indian shares several Asian taste.