Incorporated on April 14 1974 with a factory located on about 7 acres of land in Ikotun-Egbe Via Isolo, APNL with a share capital of =N=5,000,000.00 is a foremost furniture manufacturer in the country and has undergone major improvements in its technical operations to sustain its leadership and enhance its output quality with a staff capacity of over 1000, but due to recent economic recession maintaining a strength of 500, APNL presently due to the ban on furniture importation,  has gone into the production of  MDF LAMINATED FURNITURE WITH PVC exactly like the furniture items from abroad. This type of furniture is anti-scratch and comes with metallic legs with electrical wire passages.

Apart from being regarded as perhaps one of the biggest furniture maker in West Africa, APNL’s level of success can be ascertained by its track record or production for export and local market.  The list of its customers some of whom are handled exclusively, include multinationals (e.g. Chevron Oil Company, Mobil Oil, Shell etc) who insist on very high quality, well finished furniture, comparable to what obtains in other global locations. APNL’s success in sustaining the contract demand is an attestation to its consistent product quality. While dominating the local market, APNL has maintained a steady level of export on a small scale.

Most of the machines required for the full range of export activities are in place and operational.