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Italiano introduces over 100 new products at DITF

Italiano introduces over 100 new products at DITF

Italiano, a popular melamine brand of RFL Group, has been showcasing its diversified products with attractive designs at Dhaka international trade fair (DITF) 2018. The melamine brand has introduced 110 new products at the fair. In addition, it is offering maximum 25 percent discount to the customers, said a press release on Thursday (Jan 4).

Visitors will able to find out the Italiano Premier Pavilion (No 44) turning on the left side after entering the fair venue through main gate. This year, Italiano is displaying its 2000 colorful and diversified melamine products in 27 categories. Moreover, Winner branded hotpot, flask, tiffin carrier, various types of water bottles and  book, pen, khata, drawing book of Good Luck Brand are also been displaying in the pavilion.

Fahim Hossain, Senior Brand Manager of Italiano said, "We are displaying more than hundred products of Italiano including plate, bowl, spoon, mug, cup and saucer set, diner set, soup set, and gift set with various designs. Of the designs, we are more optimistic about the products of Genesis, Jessy, Golden Leaf, Glory and Orient designs."

He also said, "We are offering 10 to 25 percent discounts on our products. Customers can also order our products online through Othoba.com."

Kamruzzaman Kamal, Marketing Director of PRAN-RFL group said, "Italiano has got popularity among the people for its attractive designs and colors. Our goal is to make the products of Italiano more popular as an alternative to ceramics products and make the products available to all with an affordable price."

"Italiano has also created its demand out of the country. Our products are being exported to 30 countries including Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Maldives, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Canada and USA," he also added.