Nesca Homes host Canadian delegation

NEW DELHI: Nesca Homes hosted the Canadian delegation led by Richard Manwaring, Deputy Minister of Forests, British Columbia at their factory in Hyderabad.

The visit’s objective is to demonstrate how Nesca Homes is working towards their goal and how far they have progressed in the Indian market in a short period of time.

P.L. Narayana, Chairman of Nesca Homes, gave the esteemed dignitaries a tour of the NESCA manufacturing unit and the newly developed projects. He had an engaging conversation with the dignitaries, providing an insight into the Indian market and the potential future growth of the real estate industry, which is estimated to require around $6 Billion USD in wood. The Ministry and the associates were highly impressed with Nesca’s work in India and mentioned that they wish all the success for the future plans of NESCA that were discussed by PLN.

The guest list included dignitaries from Forestry Innovation Investment and also from a few other esteemed organizations like Michael Loseth, President and CEO, Forestry Innovation Investment, and Jim Messer Vice President, International Marketing, Forestry Innovation Investment among others.

Commenting on this visit, Narayana, Chairman of Nesca Homes said- It is a great honor for our company to welcome such a distinguished foreign delegation. We look forward to learning from their experiences and insights and hope to build a strong relationship with them in the future. We are delighted to have the opportunity to showcase our business and our commitment to international collaboration.

NESCA Homes are premium Woden Home Builders with India’s biggest designing team providing Design and Estimation services over a decade. 15 years of experience in designing more than 65,000 Wooden structures in Canada and the US.

Commenting on this visit Richard Manwaring, Deputy Minister of Forests, British Columbia said- “We have been so impressed by the hospitality and the warm welcome we have received here. We appreciate the opportunity to come and learn more about your business and share our experiences. We have gained a deeper understanding of the culture and values of your organisation, and we have been delighted to have the chance to work together. We are confident that our partnership will bring great success and mutual benefit in the future.”

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