Convertible Balconies Headed for Russia
Economy, Domestic Economy

Convertible Balconies Headed for Russia

About 1,500 convertible balconies, the latest product of Caspian Noavaran Sanat Mazand Company, will be annually exported to Russia in the next Iranian year (starting March 20, 2016), IRNA reported. The balcony, with the trademark of “Winda”, is a window of regular shape that can be converted into a balcony with the press of a button. According to the managing director of the company, this window-balcony is ideal for use in touring caravans, villas, high-rises and commercial complexes.

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