Qassimy Brothers Carpet Company (QBCC) was founded by Mr. Abdul Manan Qassimy in 1980 and continued by his sons. QBCC grew and achieved success in the flooring: handmade carpet industry. As the business and family grew over the past decade, QBCC formed distribution channels in Germany, Italy, Austria, China, Belgium, and Australia.
For more than 40 years, the Qassimy Brothers Carpet Company (QBCC) has built a reputation as a leading manufacturer and distributor of multi-category resources on today’s floor. The brand works with designers and retailers to provide beautiful, top-quality rugs, carpets, and Kelims for residential and commercial areas in Afghanistan and around the world.
QBCC is headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan, with three manufacturing units in Kabul and Mazar Sharif, where wool, carpets, and Kelims are produced and shipped. This is done using various international operations and our Kabul office and distribution center in Sar Sabzi Square, Taimani, PD-4, Kabul. QBCC’s point of pride and commitment to customer satisfaction reflects its proven success for over 40 years within the textile industry. The strength of QBCC’s skilled artisans allows for many opportunities, no matter the size or complexity of the project. The QBCC brand is more than carpets; it is a lifestyle and premium quality. We put our skills and resources to the best possible use with traditional designs of Afghanistan and fashion-forward designs and constantly evolving qualities. Being detail-oriented, we repeatedly hear from the customers that the products are perfect and high-quality with a luxurious feel.
We left no stone unturned to provide long-lasting quality, timeless classics, and traditional or high-fashion décor for our customer needs. The main strength of QBCC lies in the blend of professionals, specialized and highly focused operations in the carpet industry. QBCC has 40 years of expertise in:
1) Specialized in color reference coding systems for international carpet buyers and designers.
2) Specialization in handmade carpet looms techniques.
3) The quality management system of carpet.
4) SInnovation of different new colors through vegetable and natural resources.
5) An organized system of color shade and placing of colors into a box with a coding system.
6) Creating over 400 types of vegetables and natural colors.
Integrated reporting system of customer’s orders on a weekly and monthly basis.