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Modern Floors eyes USA market after successful Dubai launch

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After a successful launch just before the Christmas festivities in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Local Ghanaian home-grown flooring brand Modern Floors, solely owned by Ghanaian-British seasoned businessman, Basil Anthony a.k.a CEO ExtraO, has revealed that his Amazon approved UK trademarked flooring branded products have been lawfully incorporated under MODERN FLOORS LLC in the State of Delaware in the United States of America. 

Mr  Basil Anthony announced the move in a press release on Monday, January 9. 

The CEO said this expansion is in line with the company’s vision of serving North America alongside Europe, Asia & Africa with their internationally certified and tested Artificial carpet grass (AstroTurf), PVC(LVT)/SPC/Carpet tiles, adhesives and various floor and wall solutions for residential, commercial, sports and the industrial sectors, which so far have been well received by consumers with great reviews.

The release described Modern Floor products as advantageous in many ways, with improved anti-skid qualities, durability, water and fire resistance, anti-bacterial capabilities, UV protection against extreme weather changes, pet and environmentally friendly, but most importantly having the most deserved warranty and lifespan guarantee every consumer yearns for.

With their newly opened Dubai hub, placed at the top of its current worldwide distribution network, Modern Floors products are now being sourced in eight European countries, including the United Kingdom via Amazon, which is the world’s largest online marketplace that permits legitimate verified product purchasing and selling. 

The company, since 2017, has been serving Ghana through its four showrooms located at Spintex Road (Flower Pot), East Legon (Okponglo Junction), Weija-Broadcasting and Tema-Ashaiman (Toll Booth) all in the Greater Accra region.

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