Maltsov brand was presented at the Maison & Objet trade fair.
One of the dmi group of companies brands, Maltsov, presented a line of crystal glass at the autumn session of Maison & Objet trade fair. At the presentation, crystal from Dyatkovo was surrounded by the traditional Russian craftwork items: Gzhel and Imperial porcelain, Krestetsky embroidery, Khokhloma painting.
Maltsov showed a status collection of vases, lamps and ware. European experts noted that the products are made in accordance with the latest trends in the crystal industry.
“We saw a keen interest in our products from designers and buyers from Russia, Europe, the United States, Africa and Arab countries,” said Valery Mitronin, the project manager of Maltsov trademark.
Presentation at Maison&Objet was not the only one in 2017. Thus, in spring, Katyusha Furniture Concern, the flagship enterprise of the dmi group of companies, took part in IESS, the Indian high-tech products trade show, as part of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade delegation.
According to Katyusha's staff members, the main purpose of participation in IESS was to monitor the furniture market in India, as well as to search for new distribution channels for semi-finished wood-based products. The concern presented a wide range of chipboard to the attention of potential partners: deeply embossed veneered panels, panels covered with PET film, lacquered high-gloss panels, chipboard and laminated chipboard.
The representatives of dmi had also prepared commercial offers for other product line groups – furniture for kitchens and living areas under the dmi Dyatkovo brand and products made of crystal under the Maltsov brand. By the way, Dyatkovo crystalware delighted the Minister for Commerce and Industry of India Nirmala Sitharaman, who received a vase from Maltsov as a memorable gift.
During the exhibition, the Dyatkovo representers got in total about 50 contacts of Indian firms ready to consider the possible cooperation options. At present, the concern continues negotiations and estimates the cost of logistics.
There is a possibility that Katyusha will manage to launch a joint furniture manufacturing venture in India, that will work with Dyatkovo chipboard. Now, the company in cooperation with the Russia’s Trade Representation in India, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and AMEDORO resolves the issues of export customs duties regulation and logistics expense recovery.