Posted 18th January

Moores receives WPA certification for kitchen products

By KBBDaily on 18th January 2019 - 08:00am
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West Yorkshire-based Moores Furniture Group has received certification of appointment to the Welsh Procurement Alliance – WPA – Kitchen Framework Agreement.

The certification means Moores’ products have met the requirements of WPA’s “rigorous evaluation process” for technical capability, product quality, financial standing and “experience of high levels of performance in the public sector”.

“We are very pleased to have been recognised for our high-performance levels in key areas such as product quality and technical capability,” said Moores business development manager Kate Jenkins, pictured right.

“Our design team work hard to produce practical, good quality and innovative products that are not only easy to use but are stylish too. This certificate is testament to all the hard-working staff at Moores who do an exceptional job at maintaining high levels of performance across the board.”

Pictured left to right: Moores client sales director Michael Brown; WPA director Neil Barker; and Moores business development manager Katie Jenkins

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