BrandArena: Quantum Reflective Debuts in Nigeria, Set to Impact Africa’s economy

Thursday, 31 October 2013

Quantum Reflective Debuts in Nigeria, Set to Impact Africa’s economy

Korea based global manufacturer of promotional print reflective materials,Quantumm Reflective, is poised to formally make a decisive entry into the Nigerian  Market. Speaking to a select group of journalists in Lagos, Dr Herbert AdemolaAjayi, the Chairman of Quantum Reflective’s local partner, Electricare, revealed that the advertising industry will soon witness some earth- shaking changes as reflective materials capable of providing endless eye- catching impact, both day and night for the outdoor segment, would soon hit the streets.

Dr Herbert Ajayi, who was with the inventor and owner of Global Reflective, Tiger Taeil Kim, revealed that plans are in the pipeline to establish the third Quantum Reflective factory in Nigeria modeled after the ones in  South Korea and the US. “ The impact this factory would have on our economy can best be imagined. Jobs would be created and foreign exchnage will improve dramaticlly because the factory would serve the whole of Africa” Ajayi explained.

There was a brief display of of the pulsating impact of  this new reflective technology to the journalists present. Ajayi who is the immediate past National President of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines & Agriculture (NACCIMA) stated that although there are a few sub- standard outdoor reflective materials presently in the Nigerian market, such products cannot match the quality Quantum Reflective is now bringing into the market.

“The usage of these new products can only be limited by users’ imagination, there are varieties of ways they can be used, we have high quality reflective films that can easily be applied on vehicles, tall buildings and even curved surface using the heat gun and other wrapping tools.  However there are plans by Quantum Reflective to bring in engineers who will train our agents and users across the country,”

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