Modern Line Furniture revamps HK showroom

Design and manufacturing company Modern Line Furniture revamped its Hong Kong showroom in a move to cater to the China’s Special Administrative Region’s emergence as a major trading hub in Asia.

With access to major waterways for easy exporting, Hong Kong helps fuel industries around the world. According to, Hong Kong’s exports reached over $307 million in November, 2012. With Hong Kong exporting dollar amounts in the hundred millions, Modern Line Furniture is aiming to contribute to this number by exporting direct containers to the end users for restaurants, nightclubs, bars and hotels, among others.

Modern Line Furniture has seen a growing demand for commercial-grade modular, contemporary furniture on an international level. With that, Modern Line Furniture decided to revamp their Hong Kong showroom to display products for commercial industries. This international exposition has numerous products on display including modular seating collections, dinette tables and chairs, modular bars and outdoor furniture.

“Observing the ever-changing landscape of the international market, I knew it was time to make a greater push for international clients to be able to explore our product offerings,” Vlad Spivak, CEO of Modern Line Furniture, said. “Hong Kong is the ideal location for international customers to visit in order to see and touch our products. Ordering direct containers from us makes this an easy turnkey solution for their furniture needs. We are excited to export our furniture to any location in the world.”

Modern Line Furniture is a designer and manufacturer in modern, modular contemporary furniture at factory direct prices. Launched in 1999, Modern Line specializes in providing modern modular furniture solutions in both indoor and outdoor commercial grade furniture collections. There are showrooms in New Jersey, Florida, Las Vegas, Puerto Rico and Hong Kong.

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