Posted 6th September

Jaquar opens London showroom as part of £1bn expansion plans

6th September 2019 - 07:00am
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Bathroom fittings manufacturer Jaquar is set to open its new London showroom in Fulham as part of the group’s $1bn global expansion project, allowing visitors to see new designs and meet designers Claudia Danelon and Federico Meroni.

According to the company, the showroom launch will offer an “exclusive look” at the vision of Jaquar chairman Rajesh Mehra for the company. The London launch is the “brainchild” of Mehra, Jaquar said, who chose the capital as the “springboard for the next step in the company’s future”.

During the showroom’s three-day opening event, Mehra will be outlining the future plans for the business, including hopes to achieve a global income of $1bn in the next three years.

The Jaquar J8 shower enclosure range will be showcased for the first time at the London showroom, as well as the Arc collection of taps, ceramics, baths and shower mixers. Jacquar Group’s Artize brand will also be displayed at the showroom.


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