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About Us

nu steel, a brand of the Tatara Group, made its debut in January 2011. Behind it, manufacturers with proficient knowledge of high-end metalwork spanning over 35 years bring their expertise and trade to present these premium pieces for homes of all configurations. Over the years, nu steel has positioned itself as the definitive authority in premium-grade accessories for bathrooms, bars, and residential spaces throughout the industry.

Our proficiency in the industry allows us to create exquisite pieces from metals as commonplace as Stainless Steel, Brass, Iron, Copper, to high end materials like Zinc, Resin, Aluminium, Glass, Stone, Ceramic amp; Melamine. Our extensive network of designers, sourcing experts, warehouses and distribution centres gives us a global reach for our pieces manufactured in China, India, and our newest, state-of-the-art facilities in the United States.

Our goal is to redefine lifestyle through the best possible combination of design, quality, and value for both Retail amp; Hospitality Industries.

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