WE ARE TAKING THE LIBERTY OF CONTACTING YOU WITH THE HOPE TO ENTER INTO RELATION WITH YOUR COMPANY.
temo is one of the market leader in the furniture manufacturing sector utilizing modern production techniques with 220 qualified engineers and professional staff serving the demands of global furniture traders in its 25 000 sqm covered production facility located in Bursa, Turkey. temo product range composed of two categories, consists of modern household furniture, namely bedrooms, dining rooms, youth bedrooms, kinder rooms, hallstands made of melamine veneers packaged in ready to assemble cardboard boxes and household/institutional chairs and tables made of real masiff and wood veneers.
Our goal is to open up a new world-wide market having business relation ships with importers and distributors those are in contact with retailers and chain/department stores. Our prices are quite reasonable and competitive on the world market.
temo with its high quality aesthetically attractive and competitively priced products and full customer satisfaction philosophy has gained consumer trust and preference via dealers in the domestic market. temo with multiple participations at IMM Cologne and Dubai Index international furniture fairs, is extending its success to all around the world with exports to 20 countries.
We can send catalogs if you want. And we would be very glad if you can arrange a meeting date in Turkey as well. We would be happy if you will be our guest. By this way you can have more detailed information about our company and our products.
Hoping to establish a strong commercial relation between us, and waiting for your reply. Best Regards
Bulent Ahmetoglu Regional Marketing Coordinator
Web page: www.temomobilya.com. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There have been so many horror stories about US consumers going on shopping trips to Turkey and getting ripped off. They buy products and arrange shipment to the US. The goods never arrive. So, forgive me my friend, but you are barking up the wrong tree. Most US consumers view Turks as nothing but common thieves. Get your countrymen to stop stealing, then maybe you'll have a snowball's chance in hell of doing some business in the US - a couple generations from now. Until then, take a hike.