Ronald Armstrong was established in 1949, by Mr. Charles J. Sopher, as a Manufacturer, Exporter, Trader and Retailer of electrical goods in Mumbai, India.
Ronald Armstrong also provides its experience in design and development of new products as per the annexure, to companies in Europe and Israel. Ronald Armstrong has also recently designed and developed a range of decorative switches in brass and porcelain for the European Market, thereby going back to its roots when the company was founded in 1949.
Today our company enjoys a valued place in both the international and Indian markets and looks forward to a bright and productive future. Under the management of Mr. Ronnie Sopher, Ronald Armstrong subsequently diversified into LPG Regulators catering to the Indian market
We have appointed a hard working team of able personnel, which aids us in offering an unmatched range of Cereal Dispensers and Antique Switches. The personnel hired by us are selected via stringent measures so as to assure of their professional work zone and capabilities. In addition to this, personnel appointed by us ensure to cater to the diverse requirements of esteemed clients, by maintaining a constant communication with them. Our professionals also ensure to keep a healthy environment in the premises, by working in proximity with each other.
Personnel appointed by us are stated below:
Owing to our vast industry experience and excellent business acumen, our firm has achieved new heights of success among the reputed firms of the industry. Due to our transparent business dealings and ethical policies, we are highly appreciated across the Indian Subcontinent and Europe.
The factors behind our success are as follows :
Instilling simple habits in people and knowing that we have been able to improve their lives every single day. We aim to promote the values we care about, values such as hygiene, professionalism and friendliness to the environment. "We look forward to the day when our products are used in every successful business, in every country around the world."