India is on the way to becoming the most densely populated nation on Earth. How can we build sustainable residential space?

Farid Khan, Director and CEO KÖMMERLING India

India is on the way to becoming the most densely populated nation on Earth. How can we build sustainable residential space?

Your window to a better world.
India is on the way to becoming the most densely populated nation in the world. Its economy is growing and its middle class is expanding. How can we build sustainable residential space? The answer: KÖMMERLING’s modern, insulated windows ensure that the expanding middle class in the emerging market of India can live in eco-friendly, comfortable and secure homes. KÖMMERLING India’s CEO, Farid Khan, has played a key role in building trust for our brand and our brand values among India’s specialised window manufacturers, construction companies and renovation firms. That’s why he was named ‘India’s most trusted CEO 2018’ by WCRC Leaders.

Your window to a better world.
India is on the way to becoming the most densely populated nation in the world. Its economy is growing and its middle class is expanding. How can we build sustainable residential space? The answer: KÖMMERLING’s modern, insulated windows ensure that the expanding middle class in the emerging market of India can live in eco-friendly, comfortable and secure homes. KÖMMERLING India’s CEO, Farid Khan, has played a key role in building trust for our brand and our brand values among India’s specialised window manufacturers, construction companies and renovation firms. That’s why he was named ‘India’s most trusted CEO 2018’ by WCRC Leaders.

KÖMMERLING India’s CEO, Farid Khan, has played a key role in building trust for our brand and our brand values among India’s specialised window manufacturers, construction companies and renovation firms. That’s why he was named ‘India’s most trusted CEO 2018’ by WCRC Leaders.

Is sustainability possible in emerging markets?
Residential space in India is expanding at a rate of approx. 5 % per annum. The growing middle class is one of the biggest drivers of this building boom. New residential space is always associated with growth in energy requirements for heating and air-conditioning, driving up harmful CO2 emissions, and India is no exception. KÖMMERLING windows drastically minimise energy consumption thanks to the very latest insulating technology, allowing countries such as India to achieve responsible economic growth and conserve natural resources. KÖMMERLING manufactures its sustainable window systems for India’s expanding construction sector at its modern production facility in Vadodara, India. As a result, it has short delivery distances and is able to tailor its products to the Indian market. The KÖMMERLING production facility also provides secure jobs. KÖMMERLING has been operating in the Indian market since 2013. Since then, its production capacity has continuously increased to four times the original level the year before last. The facility also has a training centre for specialised window manufacturers providing valuable technical know-how about eco-friendly construction.

1,3Bn

Population with an expanding middle class

334Bn

EUROS invested in the construction sector every year

India’s most popular window brand in 2018 was KÖMMERLING. The premium windows are in high demand for their sustainability, excellent insulation performance and technological innovations.

Brand of the year: KÖMMERLING.
KÖMMERLING premium windows are a coveted quality product in the Indian market. They are primarily popular for their sustainability, excellent insulation performance and therefore high cost savings, their technical innovations, outstanding reliability and long lifespan. These are the characteristics that have made KÖMMERLING the most popular windows and doors brand in India: a strong and popular brand built on consumer trust. KÖMMERLING India’s CEO, Farid Khan, has played a key role in building trust for our brand and our brand values among India’s specialised window manufacturers, construction companies and renovation firms. He was named ‘India’s most trusted CEO 2018’ by WCRC Leaders for that achievement.

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