Three De Beers Sightholders begin operations in Panama Diamond Exchange

Three De Beers Sightholders begin operations in Panama Diamond Exchange

Diarough, Jewelex and Kiran Gems had booked office space when World Jewelry's Hub's Phase I building was being constructed

Three of the world's largest diamond companies and all De Beers sightholders - Diarough, Jewelex and Kiran Gems have inaugurated their Latin American offices in the Panama Diamond Exchange building at the World Jewelry Hub. These companied had already reserved office space in the World Jewelry's Hub's Phase I building while was it was being constructed. Now, they have officially commenced their operations in Latin America, with each office headed by a Panama-based representative.

Ashit Parikh, President of Emby International/Diarough in New York. "We see it as our springboard into Latin America, and the center from which we will be able to consolidate and manage our business in what clearly will be the focal point of a rapidly expanding market. Clients who work with us though Panama City will have the same access to our goods and services that they would anywhere else in the world." Established in in Antwerp in 1972, Diarough, operates offices and factories around the world, and is a manufacturer of polished diamonds and jewelry, and a leading diamond wholesaler. It also is a founding member of the Responsible Jewelry Council. The firm's office in Panama is headed by Leon Nevedrov.

Jewelex, a vertically integrated diamond and jewelry company, operating in the different manufacturing and trading hubs was established in 1966. With a chain of production designed to synchronize supply with market demand, the firm operates a dedicated research and development center creating designs that match fast-changing fashion trends. Its office in Panama is headed by Sharon Schwartz. Nirav Doshi, who heads Jewelex New York, said, "Our proven strategy is to establish a physical presence in an emerging market, where we can ensure that customers get a product range best suited to meet their specific needs, along with shorter delivery lead times. By engaging our customers in an environment in which they feel comfortable, we are able to integrate our supply with their own planning and operating systems."

Among the world's largest diamond and jewelry companies, Kiran Gems was established in Mumbai in 1985. It is today considered the world's largest manufacturer of diamonds, processing about 1.6 million carats of polished goods annually. It office in Panama is headed by Nathan Abadi.


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