Anria to exhibit at IJL 2010

Company uses IJL as an opportunity to meet clients in UK and Europe.

India fine jewellery manufacturer Anria Ltd. will return as an exhibitor at IJL 2010, as it claims the show is a ‘great opportunity’ to meet potential clients in an expanding jewellery market in the UK and Europe.

The company, which imports and markets platinum chains, was an exhibitor at IJL 2009. Its parent company Tankaria Exim Pvt.Ltd. has two factories in Mumbai manufacturing diamond studded jewellery in gold and platinum, in addition to 18 carat gold jewellery in CZ.

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Tankaria Exim sells manufactured jewellery pieces to more than 350 upmarket retail jeweller outlets in India, the UK and the United States, among other countries.

Anria chief operations officer Mehul Lodhiya said: “The primary goal to participate in IJL 2010 is to gain exposure to new clients and to strengthen existing client relationships.”

“We see IJL as the premier jewellery show in the UK, and the UK as a dynamic growth market for Anria’s jewellery.”

Anria currently markets fine jewellery to retailers across London, in Wembley, Southall, Green Street, Tooting and Hatton Garden. It is also a core supplier to Green Street retailer Pure Jewels, and supplies fine jewellery to outlets in Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester and Glasgow.

The company will have a booth in the Fine Jewellery section at IJL 2010, at Earls Court 2 in London, between September 5-8, 2010.



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