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Customer Satisfaction, A key to Success: Narang Medical Limited
Date:5/3/2012

DELHI, India, May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Having headquarters in one of the  world's largest democracies India, Narang Medical Limited today is one of the most sought after exporters of Hospital Furniture and Orthopedic Implants. Product quality, prompt  delivery, customer oriented approach and technically qualified people are some of the unique selling propositions of the organization.

"We are doing business with Narang Medical for quite a few years now. We are very happy with products of Narang Medical which are of good quality and are available at a very competitive price level," said Mr. Henk, Project Manager, of a Dutch Company  CEDI "and that's why we come back to them every time." Watch Video -  http://youtu.be/K4jN3P__Ym0   

Credibility of a manufacturer, can be assessed, when the product manufactured by them is ordered from across the world. Narang Medical Limited is regularly catering to International Government agencies, UN Bodies and Health Ministries of Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Netherlands, Kenya, South Africa and Qatar. Organization is serving worldwide customers in more than 80 countries. NET brand of medical products from Narang Medical Limited is very popular amongst the Medical Fraternity in various parts of the world.

Sherif Khaleed, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon, from Egypt said, "This is to certify that the NET Orthopedic Products are of good quality, meet all the standards of Orthopedic Implants and are satisfactory for my practice."

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Since its establishment, the company has made its standing for delivering customer satisfactory medical products. Ideology for success at Narang Medical is the satisfaction of end user.

About Narang Medical Limited

Started as an enterprise in early 1950s, Narang Medic
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