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Sukhdev Patel is the Chairman of Oasis group of companies and is one of the India’s promising entrepreneurs in the ceramics industry who strongly advocates the use of emerging technology to teach each and every child in India.

He has been instrumental in expanding foothold of Oasis Tiles in India and overseas. Founded 10 years back, Oasis tiles has come a long way since its inception. The growth has been many fold with a blazing speed. It has grown stronger with its hard work, passion, innovations and strong patronage of loyal customers. Over the years it has become a complete tiling solution company with a wide range of tiles and sanitary wares, and offers myriad options in double charge vitrified tiles, digital glazed polished vitrified tiles, full body vitrified tiles, and digital glazed ceramic wall tiles in various sizes.

Leading the group from the past decade, Patel is responsible for overall functioning of the organisation in India and abroad as well. Oasis has pan India presence. It reaches out to the customers through a dedicated team of marketing professionals and ever expanding network of loyal dealers. It also exports its products outside India in countries like USA, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Taiwan, UK, and GCC.

Oasis plants are equipped with the most modern cutting edge technology, mainly adopted from Italy and Spain. Automation and updating is a regular process to keep abreast with competition and technology. Talks for joint venture and collaborations with leading brands of the world are on the track for upcoming projects for especially double charge vitrified tiles 1200x800mm and 800x800mm with 50,000 per day. India’s first plant for exclusive double charge vitrified tiles with completely Italian technology. The Indian market is full of diverse preferences, various income levels and regional spread. Focusing on each and every part of Indian market is a big challenge and remains the company’s focal point.

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