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highly skilled team we have worked with for more than 10 years, we are able to maintain a tight control on quality, making sure we only produce the best level of finish that is on a par with the high end brands in Europe. Clients have had bad experiences with an


inconsistent quality of China-made products and they are nervous. For this reason we document each part of the production process and keep communications very clear and transparent with our clients to build their trust. It’s absolutely essential to involve them in every stage of production and we don’t take shortcuts.


Can you provide guarantees of meeting time-sensitive delivery dates? One of the first critical elements we discuss with our clients is lead times and delivery dates. We liaise closely with our production department head, and we commit to a project when we are confident we can meet the clients programme. In fact most of the orders are time sensitive,


as they are mainly in the hospitality or retail industries ie there is an opening date that doesn’t move, and we have to ensure that all of our products (rugs, lighting, furniture) are installed before handover.


What’s next for HKP? We are opening a trade showroom in Shanghai before the end of 2016. We’re also in the early stages of developing a designer-branded standard line of furniture for our clients. So some very exciting years ahead!


We are grateful to Joanna Moreau for taking time out to talk to us. To discover more about HKP and how they can assist you, visit their website www.hkp-intl.com or contact Georgie Manners, their UK representative, on 07973 346 706


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