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Spanish brand NOKEN now available in Pakistan

Imperial Tiles, the leading retailer offering high-end surfaces, fixtures & tiles for the home, bathroom & kitchen in Pakistan, further strengthened their product portfolio with the introduction of exclusive range of Spanish sanitary ware brand, NOKEN.
                                       Sana Zahra spotted at Noken's launch in Karachi

Noken belongs to the Porcelanosa Group of Spain, and specializes in bathroom fittings. It is the largest ceramic group in Spain and one of the largest in the world. In Pakistan, the price range of NOKEN products starts from PKR 10,000 to PKR 250,000.
Alla Maxim,Nicole,Rodolfo and Manuel attending Noken launch event 

Karachi’s mayor, Wasim Akhtar was the chief guest at this ceremony. 
Imperial Tiles the largest importer of tiles, sanitary wares & faucets in Pakistan. The business was founded & established by Hafiz Shams ul Arifieen in Delhi way back in 1911

Imperial Tiles always strive to provide quality products to its customers and by bringing NOKEN to Pakistan it has taken another step in this direction
The bathroom has evolved greatly in recent years, becoming one of the most important areas in current and modern architecture, bringing creativity and giving the freedom to architects and designers all around the world.
Noken brings sophisticated design in taps, sanitary ware, radiators and accessories, with a total quality concept, pursuing complete customer satisfaction, guaranteeing them their best quality, designs and innovation.
Ali Sultan, Managing Director Imperial Tiles, while talking to the media on the occasion said, “We have always aimed to offer world-class sanitary ware products to our customers and with Noken’s launch we have again given them the chance to pick the best for their homes& offices.”
With the diverse range of products, Imperial Tiles helps customers in remodelling their homes to the finest standard of aesthetic living and modern trends.

Some of the hallmark projects of Imperial Tiles included Emaar, Bahria Town, Marriot Hotel, Rangers Headquarter, Army House and Prime Minister House.

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