Consumer Satisfaction of Godrej Refrigerator

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Chapter I * Introduction to the study * Objective of the study * Need of the study * Significance of the study * Limitations * Review of literature

Introduction to the study.

Godrej pioneered the refrigerator industry in India in 1958 – in fact, it was the first Indian company to manufacture refrigerators. Over the next few decades, the company garnered a lion's share of the market on the back of its demonstrable reliability and performance. Supported by a philosophy of innovation, Godrej launched refrigerators with Poly Urethane Foam (PUF) in 1989, which went on to become an industry benchmark. Market expansion and competition from foreign brands in the 1990s only helped to invigorate it and once again brought to the fore its pioneering spirit. Godrej Refrigerators met these challenges with its own product development.
In 1996, it unveiled the first-of-its kind refrigerator model in India, the 260-litre deep door refrigerator; it followed this in 1998 with the roll out of a 400-litre refrigerator in the frost-free range.This was, at the time, the largest refrigerator ever to be manufactured in India. Godrej raised the bar yet again in 2001 with the launch of the all-new Pentacool range. With its 5-side cooling, these refrigerators were generations ahead of several brands in technology.
The spate of innovations continued with the launch of Godrej Eon in 2006 – once again setting new benchmarks in the cooling space. Having more than held its own against global competition the company is today, set to accelerate its growth by catering to the needs of the young Indians with its promise of brighter living. It is basing its success on the strength of the fact that no one knows the Indian consumer better than Godrej and no one can, therefore, make products that truly touch their hearts and souls.

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