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Local Support from a Global Company


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KP International Ltd., have developed a leading reputation as manufacturers of exclusive bespoke furniture and furnishings to luxury hotels,


restaurants, residential developments and retail boutiques worldwide. Being Hong Kong based with production


in China and strong and well-established representation in the UK, Australia and the Middle East makes HKP International Ltd. a truly global company. And in each of their international locations they have a local point of contact providing essential ongoing support to their clients. What makes the company unique is the


experience of its three founders. Coming from a background of interior design and architecture has given them a comprehensive understanding of exactly what is required from a client’s perspective. Tis has enabled them to tailor a service that is client sensitive; ensuring quality first time and delivery on time. Te entire process from drawings, finish


samples to full production is managed by their team of factory engineers, technicians and project managers, who have extensive experience in custom-made manufacturing.


Teir key focus is to produce flawless quality that matches the very best of internationally manufactured furniture and fittings. With their experience in custom making furniture and fittings, they follow the process of manufacture to ensure both the functional and aesthetic integrity is kept, to the very last detail.


HKP International Ltd. offers their clients


a broad selection of timber veneers and metal samples from which clients may choose for their furniture and lighting. Alternatively the factory undertakes to match any special custom finish given to them. In addition to their extensive metal, timber and upholstered furniture, HKP International


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