Zed Black Announces Mission To Be The First Agarbatti Manufacturer To Embrace New Technology

The best agarbatti in India is offered by Zed Black. The firm lists more than 1200 products available across India and exported to more than ten countries.

Indore, India - March 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Zed Black and Mohit Agrawal are pleased to announce that it is one of the three largest agarbatti manufacturer firms in India, with a goal to become the largest. Zed Black offers more than 1200 products in a wide range of agarbattis, dhoop battis, dhoop cones, dhoop sticks and hawan samagri. The company exports its products to more than ten countries. The company offers India’s largest range of agarbatti and dhoopbatti products. The goal of the firm is to significantly accelerate profitable and sustainable growth.

The company which provides the best agarbatti in India is housed in more than 40,000 sq. mt. of manufacturing space. It has a network of 32 company-operated depots across India. The products are available at more than 750,000 retail outlets with the help of 2500 distributors. More than fifteen hundred people are provided with direct employment. The company processes more than twenty million incense sticks each day. The brand is endorsed by M. S. Dhoni.

Zed Black is a leading manufacturer of Yoga Series Natural Incense Sticks, Sandalwood Incense Sticks, Floral incense sticks such as Rose Incense Sticks, Perfumed Incense Sticks, Lavender Incense Sticks, Jasmine Incense Sticks and Rose Natural Incense Sticks. The Zed Black natural incense sticks are also available online for the convenience of buyers.

Agarbatti or incense sticks is traditionally a product of cottage industry in India. Agarbatti is derived from Sanskrit word Agaravarthi. It is made from Bamboo sticks, Charcoal, Jiggit or others and a long-lasting fragrance that is applied to it as required.

A spokesperson for the dhoop sticks manufacturers firm explained to an interviewer, "Zed Black is a leading manufacturer, supplier and exporter of dhoop sticks with consistent quality and mesmerizing fragrance that has made it a household brand in India. Dhoop and incense sticks are composed of aromatic plant materials, often combined with essential oils. Our talent and our aroma technology are reflected in our innovative and wide product variety and ever growing customers around the world."

More details are available visit: https://www.facebook.com/zedblackin

Contact Info:
Name: Mohit Agrawal
Organization: Zed Black
Address: Survey No. 9, S.D.A. Annex, Lasudia Mori, Dewas Naka, Indore, Madhya Pradesh India
Phone: 9826077449

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