Dubai Furniture launches websites for key brands
Dubai, August 29, 2013
Dubai Furniture Manufacturing Company (DFMC), a market leader in premium mattress segment in Middle East, has announced the launch of three new websites for its top brands.
Kingkoilme.com, sertame.com and sertaindia.com will offer consumers easy and direct access to its products, a statement said.
At the same time, DFMC has also revamped its current website, mattress-leader.com with new features making it more user friendly.
The new website features the key products of King Koil and Serta brands and highlights the different and superior technology used to manufacture each mattress and sleeping accessories, the statement said.
Buyers of the King Koil and Serta products can also access the site for warranty registration and leave testimonials about their experiences. A video on how the mattresses are manufactured will give buyers an idea about the quality and durability of the products.
Sundar Rajan, CEO, Dubai Furniture Manufacturing Company, said, “We are pleased to announce the launch of our three new website, one for King Koil, one for Serta and one for Serta India.”
“The launch of these websites will help our customers learn more about the products that will help them choose the mattress or bedding accessories that suit their sleeping needs. We have also revamped our corporate website with new features making it more user-friendly and accessible to all.”
New consumers who have questions on the kind and size of mattress they need to purchase can get answers on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page and can also request a quote for their planned purchase, added Rajan. – TradeArabia News Service
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