Oppein opens Davao store

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Saturday, February 1, 2014


DAVAO City has grown a lot. Proof to that are the world class businesses that are expanding their operations to the city.

The recent addition to the list is the Oppein Kitchen and Wardrobe.

It is another milestone for Davao City since Oppein Kitchen and Wardrobe is the first the branch in Mindanao right after establishing stores in Sta. Ana, Manila.

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Founded in 1994, Oppein has grown to become one of the largest cabinetry manufacturers in the world.

Just last January 10, Oppein opened its branch here in Davao City, with an aim to introduce their world class products that are made of the highest quality materials and great designs that suit every consumer's desire.

"Davao is a big market and we believe our products can compete well to the fast rising development of the city, with the high demand of quality items for our consumers," Cecille C. Aniban, Sales and Marketing Manager of Oppein Davao.

Oppein caters markets from mid to high-end, assuring customers feel like royalty, with their wonderful, and well-crafted products.

At Oppein Davao showroom, you will be amazed with the wide variety of items it has, from kitchen cabinet, wardrobe, bathroom cabinet, interior door, solid surface, kitchen electrical appliance & accessory, home furniture and other building materials.

Anipan added that Oppein products maintain the most current cabinetry technology and hardware.

"We devote in supplying people with products that are Eco-friendly and affordable, giving them a comfortable decor experiences."

Being in the industry for two decades now, Oppein is considered as the leading cabinet manufacturer in China and the largest one in Asia.

Its manufacture center measures 300,000 square meters that houses advanced production equipment, Homag from Germany.

"Our machine using Homag which is the best brand name from Germany, and we also build the long term cooperation with Hettich in Germany, Blum in Austria which are the most famous company in the world for the hardware," Aniban shares.

By average, more than 200,000 sets of kitchen cabinets, 150,000 wardrobes and 100,000 bathroom cabinets are produced by Oppein every year, Aniban added.

Putting up a branch here in the country was made possible through the partnership of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dy.

Products from FourlinQ uPVC Windows and Doors can also be found at the showroom of Oppein.

The said company was established in the last quarter of 1994, working as partners with VEKA of Germany and Roto of Germany, with Skyframe as in-house brand.

The company has two fabrication centers, a 3,000 square meter facility in Metro Manila and a 1,000 square meter facility in Cebu.

They have seven showrooms located in MC Home Depot Westgate, Alabang, Sta Ana Manila, N. Domingo in San Juan City, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu City and Nova Tierra Square Lanang.

Same with Oppein, FourlinQ team is committed in fabricating, delivery and installation of uPVC windows and doors materials in every Filipino home, commercial offices and establishments.

Davao City, as a new market for the company, Aniban assured its clients that their company, supported by their global partners, will continue to provide quality products that follow the standard and exceptional values.

For more information on the different items/products of Oppein and its partners, you can visit their showroom at Unit 208-212 Nova Tierra Square Barangay Pampanga Lanang, Davao City.

You can keep in touch with them at oppein_davao@yahoo.com or check their website www.oppeinhome.com and see the quality, classy yet durable products they sell.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 01, 2014.

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