TASBORET INTEGRATED SERVICES LIMITED was incorporated as limited liability in Nigeria on 19th June 2012 to carry out the following activities amongst others
To carry on business as importers, exporters, manufacturers representatives, general contractor and suppliers, marketers and distributors of general goods, including all manufactured and package goods and services
To carry on business of institutional agro allied farming, agriculture, husbandry, mechanized farming and to carry on business as importers and exporters
To carry on the business of general merchants, contractors, international traders, importers, exporters, distributors, suppliers, marketers of consumable goods, wholesalers, retailers of industrial raw materials and goods of any type
TASBORET INTEGRATED services are designed to enable our customers to meet their professional service requirements from our one source. This means that the background knowledge gained by providing services to a customer can be productively utilized in other assignments within the organization which guarantees customer satisfaction.
Above all else, our duties are discharged with utmost integrity and care. We place value on this too because customer’s trust is paramount to our growth, bearing in mind that our ability to keep our customers coming back sustains the company meaning that customer is king.
Keeping our customers first as a policy in TASBORET has significantly impacted the company’s indices and we intend to make this a culture that will be imbibed by all within the organisation which will in turn be part of the company’s mission and vision and this will in turn become our way of life
TASBORET is committed to a culture of excellence in all our undertakings bearing in mind that satisfied customers will equals to referrals for the company which in turn translates to more and new businesses for the company.
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