Local content: Miele Gallery backs FG diversification programme

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By Emma Ujah, Abuja Bureau Chief & Emmanuel Elebeke

IN its support for the Federal Government diversification programme, Miele Gallery Nigeria has partnered with Abuja Furniture Production, AFP, furniture production facility of Julius Berger Plc, Woodstyles and Essential Interiors to showcase local content.

The firm featured premium and exquisitely crafted home products and designs, at the Nigeria’s Made By Design exhibition held at Landmark Event Centre in Lagos, which involved key players in the home and hospitality industry. Miele Gallery Nigeria emphasized its readiness in promoting made in Nigeria productsin collaboration with its partners, to show its cooking products, washing machines, food warming drawers, fridge/freezers, coffee makers, and wine conditioning units.

AFP, the furniture production facility of Julius Berger, offers a range of high quality furniture that is entirely made in Nigeria. During the exhibition, AFP utilised its modern techniques and sophisticated designs to display a range of their products, including their kitchen and living room spaces.

For Woodstyles, they exquisitely displayed their unique, classic and modern furniture and cabinet ensembles. Their bespoke joinery and cabinetry pieces were designed beautifully, perfectly complementing the Miele appliances on display.

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