Posted 16th May 2018

KBBG names Küppersbusch as new supplier

By KBBDaily on 16th May 2018 - 14:36pm

The Kitchen & Bathroom Buying Group – KBBG – which is part of Der Kreis, has named German appliance brand Küppersbusch as its newest supplier partner.

“We listen intently to our members and source suppliers that support independent kitchen specialists,” said KBBG managing director Bill Miller, pictured second from left. “Küppersbusch is an appliance brand that raises the bar in design, innovation and technology.

“We strive to continually offer the best products for our members to choose from, both supporting and enabling them to continue to raise their game in the current, challenging, retail climate.”

Küppersbusch Sales UK managing director Bodie Kelay, far left, said: “Küppersbusch is delighted to collaborate with the KBBG in order to provide members a unique German premium appliance brand, which offers an excellent margin opportunity in an ever competitive and online marketplace.”

Pictured left to right: Küppersbusch Sales UK managing director Bodie Kelay; KBBG managing director Bill Miller; Küppersbusch managing director Hannes Kolb; Küppersbusch marketing director Andrea Heiner-Kruckas; and Küppersbusch international sales director Mart Rand

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