One of Sierra Leone’s top notch business entities that are marketing electrical goods or appliances, S.V Electricals continues to boost local communities in Sierra Leone, with the latest being the Bobor Combor community, Kroo Bay in Freetown where they have constructed basic amenities like public toilets, water tanks and borehole among other facilities.
In addition, the Management of S.V Electricals has also been supporting residents of Bobor Combor, especially children and the needy with academic scholarships, Christmas and Eid gifts during holidays celebrations.
Being the authorised agent and dealer for notable manufacturing companies of electrical products, all having warranty for a specific period of time, S.V Electricals is on record for marketing qualitative and durable electrical goods that can stand the test of time.
The Company has been making efforts to ensure that all the goods that it is marketing are modern, sophisticated products that are driven by the latest technological innovations.
Lots of customers have confirmed that S.V Electricals has a good working relationship with its employees out of the conviction that their inputs are very important to the continued and successful expansion and operations of the business venture.
Employees have also confirmed that they are treated with the respect they deserve and there has never been any major issue bordering on any form ill treatment unless the intermittent misunderstandings that crop up from time to time which are seldom and understandably as humans are inevitable.
Managing Director of S.V Electricals, Suresh Vatnani said the Company has been in operation for a considerable period of time now in the country.
He said in as much as they aim to maximise profits, however, they are passionate about availing members of the public high qualitative products maintaining that most of the appliances that they import and market are produced by renowned companies overseas.
The managing director went on that lately, the business has been facing lots of challenges, especially with the depreciation of the leone to the US dollar. He said it has been very challenging to conduct business at ease, adding however that treating their customers with dignity has made S.V Electricals very attractive to many.