Walton Enhances TV Exports to Denmark, Ireland1 min read
The Bangladeshi global electronics brand Walton has significantly increased its exports of televisions to Denmark, Ireland, and other European countries due to the rising demand for Walton televisions in these regions recently, said a press release.
Syed Al Imran, Vice-President of Walton Global Business Unit, mentioned that Walton has been exporting TVs to Denmark and Ireland as an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) since 2020. These Walton-made TVs have quickly gained customer attention due to their timely sales initiatives, contributing to their success.
Imran also noted that Walton’s TV exports to Denmark and Ireland are expanding annually, as customers in these European Union nations are impressed with Walton’s high standard of picture quality and European-standard design and features.
Walton has exported TVs worth nearly $2.5 million to this market.
Mostafa Nahid Hossain, Walton’s Chief Business Officer, stated that Europe is now one of the largest export markets for Walton televisions. Walton has successfully expanded its TV export market to around 14 countries in Europe, including Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Poland, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Italy, and Romania. Almost 95 percent of Walton’s total TV export earnings come from these countries.
Hossain claimed that Walton is the top TV exporter in Bangladesh. The company’s current goal is to enhance the country’s image internationally by exporting ‘Made in Bangladesh’ labeled televisions. Walton is working tirelessly to achieve its objective of becoming one of the top five global TV manufacturing brands soon.
Walton brand TVs are exported to over 35 countries through more than 100 global business partners. The distribution of Walton TV’s total exports is as follows: 34% to Denmark, 18% to Germany, 22% to Greece, 15% each to Croatia and Ireland, 6% to Poland, and 5% to Africa and other countries.
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