Posted 1st Nov 2018

Vitra expands UK head office following growth

By KBBDaily on 1st November 2018 - 10:41am
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Bathroom brand Vitra UK has expanded its UK head office in Didcot, Oxfordshire by a further 10,000sq ft to provide “additional showroom facilities and storage needed to meet the company’s impressive growth”.

“The extensive range of products and the support that we offer UK retailers and our contract customers means that we need extra space,” said Vitra UK managing director Levent Giray. “It is a clear indication that Vitra is providing what the UK bathroom market wants.

“Our recent Fit and Forget wall frames campaign and the launch of the new Signature Collection have both helped to boost UK business,” Giray added.

Vitra has had a presence in the UK market for more than 25 years with its Vitra Bathrooms, burgbad and Vitra Tiles brands. According to the company, the new facility will “accommodate stock for anticipated growth”.

“We see a bright future ahead for the bathroom industry – the planned boost for housebuilding will increase demand and this expansion means that we are ready to supply the market,” said Giray.


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