Nelcos begins distributing Bodaq architectural films in North America
Gold and brushed silver interior vinyl film from Bodaq's Real Metal Collection.

BURNABY, British Columbia – Bodaq vinyl architectural film, a self-adhesive stretchable decorative material, is now available in North America from Nelcos Distribution Inc.

Hyundai L&C Corp., manufacturer of Bodaq, said the film can be used to cover any flat or curved surface including walls, ceilings, doors, cabinets, and furniture. The installation process involves wrapping the existing surfaces with the film.

Bodaq has previously been available in Asia and Europe. It is offered in more than 450 patterns including wood, stone, marble, fabric, leather, solid colors and exclusive designs. Nelcos, which has offices in Burnaby, British Columbia, Etobicoke, Ontario, and Seattle, Wash., is stocking some of the most popular patterns to shorten delivery times to North American customers.

Nelcos offers product and installation services to individual and corporate clients. The company also provides training on how to promote, sell and install the vinyl film.

Hyundai L&C is a subsidiary of Hyundai Department Store Group., a South Korean conglomerate that operates a range of retail, manufacturing and service-based businesses. In December 2018, Hyundai purchased Hanwha, manufacturer of HanStone Quartz and Hanex Solid Surfaces. HanStone is manufactured at a 200,000-square-foot facility in London, Ontario. Hanex is manufactured in a joint-venture partnership with Wilsonart at a 125,000-square-foot plant in Temple, Texas.  Hyundai LLC maintains a North American headquarters in Atlanta.

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