Posted 6th December

Liebherr to exhibit at KBB Birmingham 2018

By KBBDaily on 6th December 2017 - 07:00am

Refrigeration and wine storage appliance manufacturer Liebherr is set to exhibit at the upcoming KBB Birmingham 2018 exhibition, taking place on the 4th-7th March 2018 at the NEC Birmingham.

The company will showcase highlights from its 2018 collection, including its new built-in home food storage centre as well as the new built-in wine models.

Liebherr will also provide visitors with a “sneak preview” of its Liebherr Smart technology, which the company said is set to “revolutionise food storage in the home, changing the way consumers live and delivering real benefits in food freshness and healthy eating”.

“Liebherr is growing fast in the UK as buyers and consumers alike appreciate the benefits that Liebherr offers in quality, design, technology and product range,” said Liebherr Great Britain divisional manager Tim Hutchinson.

“We are delighted that Liebherr will be a part of KBB 2018 and we look forward to meeting colleagues from across the industry, to introduce some of the amazing products we already have in the Liebherr portfolio and to give an insight to how Liebherr is shaping the home of the future.”


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