Oranjestad — Following last year’s success, the 2nd Annual International Supplier Exhibition 2014, at the showroom of Banjolux on Schotlandstraat, in Eagle, brought together a solid representation of the island’s top contractors, architects, civil engineers, and resort chief engineers, who mingled with visiting specialists representing the world’s top tile makers and bathroom design firms.
The visitors introduced new products and current innovations by successful global brands such as Villeroy & Boch, Keuco, Geberit, Ceramica Saint’Agostino, and Florim, showcasing creativity and fresh ideas to the Aruba market.
Two of the visitors Constantin Von Boch, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Bath & Wellness Division, Villeroy & Boch and David Krakoff, President Americas Sales Division of TOTO USA, reported that their two world class companies partnered in recent years to produce the ultimate bathroom together, a zen zone, offering comfort and escape, with improved functionality and upgraded design. The two companies, motivated by the desire to improve everyone’s quality of life, are both dedicated to global conservation and share a responsible environmental vision.
Over cocktails and butler passed hors d’hoeuvres, the new TOTO toilets with washlets became the talk of the town, featuring advance hygienic air dryers, air purifiers, automatic flushing with remote control, and a lid patented with softclose, designed to lower the seat to the bowl gently and quietly.
Suppliers from the USA, Germany & Italy mingled with the local professionals, educating them on new technologies and presenting them with infinite possibilities for local commercial and residential projects, in a lively cocktail party ambiance.
Pictured here the crew of Banjolux with their guests. Banjolux, Aruba’s leading bathroom and tile specialist has been in business on Aruba since 1997. The company encourages businesses and individuals to discover their own unique taste in its showroom.
Banjolux members of management were proud to host such an inspiring event and couldn’t have anticipated a better turnout, as both suppliers and attending island professionals are already looking forward to next year’s event.