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Ashraf Electronics Trading L.L.C - Dubai

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Our Top Brands: Panasonic, Sony, LG, Samsung, Moulinex, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Grundig, Haier

Our Hot Selling Branded Consumer Electronics: Mobile Phones, Televisions, LCD's, Home Theaters, Men and Womens Grooming Appliances, Cameras, Watches, Home Appliances, Air Conditioners and many many more.

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  • Rajendran 5 months ago
    I am looking for Nokia X without camera with android features. can you please call me back if available and also let me know the price for the same. rajendran. 0562179358
  • Muhammad Bashir 7 months ago
    I request to Ashraf Electronics Trading L.L.C - Dubai's management to improvement the Marketing Department! I am a serious buyer of Consumer electronics items in bulk & requested them for quote but they never reply. Bashir 050 2556 115
  • Indanour 7 months ago
    I am indanour interested to buy laptop computers i.e Toshiba and HP core i3 with 4GB and 500 GB memory and harddisk respectively. please give your best FOB standards to Somaliland
  • Abdul Rehman Khan Tipu 10 months ago
    I am interested to buy 1,000 pieces of Panasonic Irons, preferrably Malaysian made & Japan made on wholesape price. Please do give me your best strandrad FOB Dubai rates as well as C&F Karachi rates. Regards ABDUL REHMAN KHAN TIPU, Propritor Khan Brothers.
  • Abdi Yusuf 11 months ago
    Hey I'm looking for samsung plasma and led tvs to buy at wholesale pricrs for sale. Im in kenya. Please get back to me at abdiyusuf40@gmail.com
  • Malika 11 months ago
    Hello I'mlooking for whole sale LG TV for Russia If u have any suggestions please connect me my email is malike888@mail.ru Regards
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