Ethical Innovation

With a rapid rise in global warming and a pertinent need to conserve the environment, we are rooting for the green future.  Environmental sustainability is our top priority. Our Environmental consciousness reflects in the choices that we make for sustainable living.

From our manufacturing process, product guidelines to making alliances, our commitment towards the cause is reflected in our every action.

Our Sustainability Goal

The aim is to identify the company’s environmental impact and make amends where necessary to preserve for our future generations. Our regulatory team is responsible for making sure that the manufacturing process is not only in compliance with the sustainable policies but is doing an extra mile to conserve the resources. In the times of resources constraints, saving even an inch of wood matters, and we aim to save as much as possible for our children.

Responsible Resourcing

NTC’s variety of doors by Sandor are certified to be in full compliance with applicable standards as per the environmental sustainability policies.

The leftover chips and lumber are not thrown away, instead are reused to make door frames for the Solid Engineered Doors. It adds composite strength and makes them resistant to external factors. These doors are equally liked by our customers and are among our top selling doors.

Energy Conservation

All our processes are driven by environmental sustainability principles as we are fully aware of our social responsibility towards the environment. To conserve energy, NTC has installed solar panels in their showrooms and is actively making use of natural, recycled energy to innovate your living spaces by setting an example itself.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

At Naeem Trading Company, we are aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of the products we provide. We have allied with the field’s finest brands like AGT flooring that are in complete compliance with the environmental sustainability policies as per the International laws and actively work to reduce the use of plastic in their packaging.

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