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Hettich inaugurates first Southeast Asian Experience Centre in Singapore

The centre aims to be a one-stop hub for innovative German quality furniture fittings.

The furniture fittings manufacturer, Hettich, launched its new Experience Centre at the OXLEY Bizhub in Singapore on 6 October.

The Hettich Experience Centre seeks to provide customers and partners in Singapore and the region with aspirational ideas combined with practical solutions for versatile urban living in small spaces.

According to Managing Director Matthias Bertl, "With Hettich's first 'Experience Centre' in Singapore, we show the end-users what solutions could look like in their bedroom, living room, bathroom, and their kitchen. The possibilities of Hettich's solutions are endless. Being Germany's biggest fittings manufacturer, we are pleased to provide Singapore and the rest of the region with a unique opportunity to experience premium German furnishings with our new Experience Centre. Let us fascinate you with solutions."

Renowned globally for durable German-quality design, Hettich seeks to provide convenient, reliable, and safe functionality in the world of furniture fittings for both public spaces and private ones, including homes.

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