Courts facilitates the export of local furniture to the OECS

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Courts Management Team with Mr. Titus Preville.

PRESS RELEASE – Courts (St. Lucia) is delighted to contribute to the Country’s export trade business and has thus facilitated the export of locally made lounge suites to other Courts companies throughout the OECS.

This huge announcement was made at a press conference held at the SLASPA conference room on Tuesday September 23rd by the company’s OECS Commercial Director for Furniture – Mrs Lorraine Sidonie.

The first of these shipments took place on Monday 22nd September, when a 40’ HC container filled with suites manufactured by Classic Furniture supplied by Mr Dennis Mangal left for Dominica. Shipments to Antigua, Grenada, St. Vincent & St. Kitts will follow in the upcoming weeks. Courts will also be exporting products manufactured by Mr. Mike Roserie of Furniture City Limited in the near future.

Courts understands the importance of export growth and its effects on internal trade and economic stability. Furthermore, the company realizes that by pledging continued support to the local suppliers, the rate of economic growth, and the distribution of income and wealth in St. Lucia will be positively impacted as these are closely related to exports.

The Courts Companies in Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts, St. Vincent and Dominica welcome the collaboration and look forward to the opportunity to sell our quality and durable furniture products that will in turn add value to their businesses.

Courts Bringing Value Home

Courts OECS Commercial Director for Furniture Mrs Lorraine Sidonie.


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  1. I know about the local who made the furniture with crates but it's not this company they are the best

  2. I hope the quality is good because I bought local furniture from courts. The workmanship appeared excellent the inside was a joke. The wood was the crates from the wharf. No compensation from the company. Be careful


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