CMC Unveils A Dazzling New Collection
India’s leading Stones Company – Classic Marble Company’s (CMC) recently hosted a two-day all exclusive dealers meet in Daman where it unveiled a brand new collection of its KalingaStone Terrazzo Marble and Quartz range. Amidst a gathering of over one hundred and fifty partners from across India, CMC’s Managing Director, Mr Amit Shah launched three new collections in the Terrazzo – Venetian, Palladiana and Elite.
The event received an overwhelming response from the dealers who appreciated the new offering and anticipate it to be an instant hit amongst the end users.
“We are constantly reinventing ourselves to offer our partners and in turn, our customers the finest and the best surface designs. CMC’s newly launched KalingaStone Terrazzo Marble and Quartz collection illustrate distinctiveness and eloquence that every buyer is looking for. There is a vast scope for imagination and creativity in every type of material and hence an architect is always looking for a best-match for the design. Our endeavour is to offer the best in designs and we are glad that our collection is being appreciated by our customers,” says Mr Amit Shah, Managing Director, CMC.
CMC is the largest manufacturer and supplier of imported natural marble, exotic stones and engineered stones. Its collection of limited edition natural stone – ‘9th Avenue’ is the epitome of luxury and quality. The company is a pioneer in the production of engineered marble and quartz and exports its flagship brand – KalingaStone to over 66 countries across 6 continents. It is also a supplier of some of the world’s best large-format porcelain slabs.
“The Company’s philosophy is focused on customer’s requirements and its fulfilment. As CMC celebrates 25 glorious years of its growth and success this year, it continues to remain committed to discovering and delivering the best to its patrons. The brand strives to offer innovative products in surface designs that not only offer great aesthetics but also redefine the beauty of modern architecture in every sense,” concludes Shah.