Posted 2nd January

Omega upgrades edging on cabinets for 2019

By KBBDaily on 2nd January 2019 - 10:00am
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Kitchen manufacturer Omega Plc has upgraded its ready-to-assemble – RTA – cabinets for its English Rose and Chippendale collections with 1.3mm ABS edging on front-facing edges for 2019.

“From February, our retailers will be able to provide consumers with 1.3mm ABS edging on front-facing edges on all our RTA ranges as standard,” said group retail sales and marketing director Andrew North.

“The enhanced edging on all our branded RTA furniture is impact-, scratch- and abrasion-resistant. As well as being stronger and more durable, it is also resistant to heat and light.”

North added: “The upgrade also provides our retailers and consumer with a much-improved aesthetic finish on all cabinets due to the rounded edge finish, rather than sharp edges on shelves, etcetera.

“All exposed areas on our cabinets are also finished with ABS edging to protect the furniture from moisture ingress, even on the edges not seen after installation, something which is above and beyond the industry standard.”


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