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Leema Creations introduces new super brand solid surface


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From left: Leema CEO Manesha Weerasuriya, Leema Managing Director Shamika Wijesekara, Durlax India Head of Sales and Marketing Shailesh Jain, Leema COO Chaminada Senaratne and Leema Chairman Channa Wijesekara after signing the agreement

 

 

Leema Creations Ltd., the industry giant in interior solutions and home and commercial furniture manufacturing, together with Durlax India Ltd., India’s largest solid surface manufacturer announce the introduction of their super brand product ‘Luxor’, 100% UV acrylic solid surface and ‘Aspiron’ solid surface to Sri Lankan consumers. The two giants entered into a Channel Partner Agreement for the exclusive distribution for the latter’s solid surface material in Sri Lanka. 

Presenting a stunning range of attractive colours and textures, Luxor and Aspiron offer another distinct choice for residential and commercial projects for any décor and interior settings. As the popularity of solid surface is evident, the buyers of Luxor solid surface get all the outstanding benefits of 100% acrylic UV counter top; superior versatility, seamless, germ resistant, non-porous, hygiene-friendly and simple clean up, all at an extremely competitive, unmatchable and exceptional price range. 

Explaining the array of justifiable reasons why a customer should choose a Luxor over the other choices, Chief Executive Officer Manesha Weerasuriya states that Luxor is an 100% acrylic UV solid surface ideal for any application where maintenance and aesthetics are equally important. Luxor is also stylish, colourful, easy to maintain, heat resistant, stain resistant and non-porous where the material does not allow liquid or air to pass through, she further explains. These characteristics make the product more durable than any other alternative available in the market. 

The unique feature of Luxor is that the product is UV treated for exterior application, thus can be utilised in all types of exterior surfaces. Features such as seamlessness, malleability and weatherproofness make it ideal for exterior cladding, facades and signage. As for interiors, Luxor is perfectly suitable to use as shop fit outs, office furniture, laboratory furniture, all types of counter tops, wall claddings, cabinets, etc. 

The Sri Lankan partner, Leema Creations Ltd., the foremost interior solutions provider and the home and office furniture manufacturer has won more awards than any other similar establishment during the past many years. Along with the most recently awarded Gold Medal in Extra Large Manufacturing Category by Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Sri Lanka (FCCISL) in 2018 and the Brand Excellence in Interior Decorators and Designers Award for the SAARC region at the South Asian Partnership Summit and Business Awards Ceremony held in 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Company operates under the certification of ISO 9001: 2015.


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