Hoyez opens new office in Mumbai
Hoyez, one of the European leaders in fixtures and fittings for work and living spaces, announce the opening of new offices in Mumbai, India at the same time as the launch of a new design partition door, part of their Transparence range; the Tertial door.
The company, part of RASEC International, increases its global presence and will be using the local workforce to develop their innovative products, supplying office buildings in Mumbai and rest of India with state of the art re-locatable partitions, the company said.
Laurent Thery, Managing Director, Hoyez, said: “We are delighted to be opening offices in Mumbai, such an up-and-coming developing city in India. This office will provide employment opportunities for the local population, as well as establishing our progressive global company in yet another part of the world. Hoyez is filling the hole in the re-locatable partition industry with good quality, great value products at the height of modern design.”
The company has over 35 years experience in the re-locatable partitions field, installing over 700,000 square metres of partitions every year. The new Tertial door, launched as part of the Transparence range is made from glass, encased in aluminium, ensuring as much light is incorporated in the office space as well as cutting out sound, for complete privacy.
“The doors use an innovative pivot swing system, developed using the best of modern technology and modern design, maximises space allocation and types of use, enhancing the look of any office space. The Tertial door is part of the Transparence range which boasts full-height frameless glass partitions, with no posts between the glazing, giving them a seamless high-end finish. Available in single and double doors, the door is also available as a sliding door in addition to pivot door style, increasing opportunity for use,” the company added.
The new office in Mumbai, India joins another office opening for the company in Montreal, Canada, demonstrating how Hoyez is opening doors in the global re-locatable partition market.