Ebco was founded in 1963 as a Tool Room and subsequently diversified into mass production of critical components such as Cartridge Links for Ordnance Factories. In 1987, Ebco diversified into furniture hardware and has ever since become India's leading manufacturer in the industry. Today, Ebco's product range spans Drawer Slides, Hinges, Computer Furniture Fittings, Joinery Fittings, Wardrobe Fittings, Furniture Locks, Kitchen Systems and Accessories, Window and Door Fittings, Architectural Fittings, LED Lights and more.
Our strengths include a range of core competencies in manufacturing, an ever widening product range, stringent quality standards, affordable prices and a national distributor network that spans every major city of India.
Jaguar Kitchens has been in business for over twenty years.
Our current banker is: National Australia Bank
Jaguar Kitchens has a strong rapport with suppliers which enables us to carry large projects without the cashflow restrictions that many other companies have.
We carry Public Liability Insurance Cover up to $10million and full Workers Compensation Insurance for all Employees and Directors.
Hettich's history is defined by outstanding engineering achievements and bold enterprising decisions. Developing a purpose-built machine, the so-called bending machine, Karl Hettich in 1888 mechanised the production of anchor escapements for Black Forest cuckoo clocks. When August Hettich developed a production line for piano hinges in 1928, he was treading new technical terrain, setting the course for the group's present activities in the furniture industry.
Taking a tremendous gamble in 1930, Paul, August and Franz Hettich set up a new company in Herford. The move to East Westphalia-Lippe took the Swabian brothers to the heart of the German furniture industry. With time, the products changed. Today we manufacture technology for furniture.
The company group is wholly owned by the Hettich family, and with Dr. Andreas Hettich taking over at the helm in 2007, the company's management entered its fourth generation.