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Bhavani Gems to Open New Office in BDB

Oct 23, 2012 3:34 AM   By Bhavani Gems
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Press Release: Bhavani Gems Pvt. Ltd., one of the biggest diamond houses in India and a Diamond Trading Company (DTC) sightholder, will open its state-of-the-art office in Mumbai’s Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB) on October 24, 2012.

Located amidst the burgeoning market hub, Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), the company’s new office is in DC-3100 at the BDB. Fully-furnished with advanced facilities and latest technology, the company’s office comprises incomparable security system.

“It’s a matter of great pride in the pages of Bhavani Gems' history, as we’re opening our office at one of the most desired business destinations of Mumbai. While the rest of the world was struggling for stability during the recession, the Indian diamond market was barely affected and recovered at a greater speed,” said Manjibhai Dholakia, the founder and chairman of Bhavani Gems. “This success can be attributed to India’s domestic demand and the robust economic growth of the middle class in Asian countries. Blending with the new ambiance, I believe, is a move to cope with such unpredictable situations and we are looking forward to a positive tomorrow for the Indian economy”.

Dholakia is very excited about the new move and is all set to extend the empire of Bhavani Gems at a new level. The company is shifting in keeping up with the growth saga of India’s diamond fraternity as well as demand in the regional market.

The shift from the traditional, but congested, South Mumbai address to a brand new one at BDB clearly indicates the company’s heartfelt desire is to modernize its operations and step into the future with the latest infrastructure that BDB offers.

“BKC is fast becoming the veins of India’s financial capital, Mumbai, which not only houses the diamond industry, but also several major, corporate, enterprises, banks and financial institutions. We hope to offer the best, professionally managed services through our new office to our patrons locally and world-wide,” Dholakia stated.

The shift is undoubtedly a smart move that will inspire traders, exporters and manufacturers to assemble at a place where business can be carried-out smoothly and seamlessly.

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Tags: BDB, Bharat Diamond Bourse, Bhavani Gems, BKC, diamond, India, mumbai
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