Otis India unveils modular series with hundreds of design combinations
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Otis India unveils modular series with hundreds of design combinations

Otis India, a subsidiary of Otis Worldwide Corporation' the global leader in the manufacture, installation and servicing of elevators and escalators, has introduced the Modular Series, 360 possible design combinations giving customers the flexibility to customise the look and feel of their elevator.

The Modular Series will be offered on the popular Gen2 "Nova and Gen2" Life products, both manufactured in Bengaluru. Architects, designers, and building owners can tailor their design choices to suit their unique preferences and project requirements to better complement the building aesthetics and provide memorable user experiences.

"This is a significant and exciting new offer for our customers," said Sebi Joseph, President of Otis India. "We've listened carefully to their aspirations for modern, impactful aesthetics and functionality, and their expectations for how our elevators can contribute to shaping the overall positive experience for a building's occupants and visitors. Our Modular Series expands their current options by providing fresh and exciting choices to bring their creative visions to life."

The Modular Series follows the recent successful introductions of our Aura, Atmos, and Ambiance aesthetics options in India, and clearly shows our commitment to redefining the elevator experience for our existing and future customers.

Otis India, a subsidiary of Otis Worldwide Corporation' the global leader in the manufacture, installation and servicing of elevators and escalators, has introduced the Modular Series, 360 possible design combinations giving customers the flexibility to customise the look and feel of their elevator. The Modular Series will be offered on the popular Gen2 Nova and Gen2 Life products, both manufactured in Bengaluru. Architects, designers, and building owners can tailor their design choices to suit their unique preferences and project requirements to better complement the building aesthetics and provide memorable user experiences. This is a significant and exciting new offer for our customers, said Sebi Joseph, President of Otis India. We've listened carefully to their aspirations for modern, impactful aesthetics and functionality, and their expectations for how our elevators can contribute to shaping the overall positive experience for a building's occupants and visitors. Our Modular Series expands their current options by providing fresh and exciting choices to bring their creative visions to life. The Modular Series follows the recent successful introductions of our Aura, Atmos, and Ambiance aesthetics options in India, and clearly shows our commitment to redefining the elevator experience for our existing and future customers.

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