MBM, based in Doha, Qatar, will act as an exclusive sales agent for Washroom Washroom until the end of December this year.
MBM is a key player in the production, supply and installation of specialised construction products in the Middle East, and has signed a 12-month agreement with Washroom Washroom.
The deal will enable the expansion of Washroom’s reach and ensure that its range of products such as the Alto toilet cubicles and Luminoso Acrylic shower cubicles will be readily available to architects and specifiers working on some of the most iconic projects in the country.
Having already been involved in numerous projects on both a supply only and supply and install basis across the Middle East, the agree meant will allow Washroom’s links to be further strengthened in the area.
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