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CARYSIL showcases interior solutions at its gallery in New Delhi

ANI  |  New Delhi 

German engineered brand for quartz kitchen sinks, CARYSIL unveiled a gallery to showcase its extensive range of products in interior solutions.

The event was inaugurated by Chirag Parekh, Chairman and MD, Acrysil India, along with Master Chef Season two winner Shipra Khanna.

Addressing the media at the launch Chirag Parekh, Chairman and MD Acrysil India said, "The idea is to provide an answer for the increased demand for our products. I am pleased to introduce another CARYSIL gallery in Delhi that will hold out the brand promise of innovative looks and original designs."

"Through this 3rd gallery in New Delhi, we want to reach out to all the people belonging to this category. The gallery will also give customers an opportunity to see live demonstration of our wide range of products. We further plan to strengthen our network in the city," added Parekh.

Commenting on the launch, Sanjeev Dayal, Vice President (Sales and Marketing), Acrysil India said, "The kitchen is as pivotal as a living room for majority of people in Delhi. Through this gallery in New Delhi, we want to reach out to all the people belonging to this category."

"We are expecting an imposing footfall in this gallery because our brand CARYSIL effortlessly strikes a chord with the buyers owing to its innovative looks and styling, originality in design and its ability to delight the eye," added Dayal.

Carysil is on an aggressive expansion spree across the country and this is the 75th CARYSIL gallery in India. However, there's still a vast untapped market eager to seek out value in terms of better quality and functionality in kitchen products at affordable prices.

CARYSIL Quartz Sinks are already creating ripples amidst discerning customers in over 30 countries worldwide such as USA, UK, Germany, France, Canada, China, Far East and Gulf countries ever since its inception in 1986.

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First Published: Wed, March 09 2016. 16:07 IST