Posted 8th February

Bette to launch new products at ISH 2019

By KBBDaily on 8th February 2019 - 10:26am
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German bathroom product manufacturer Bette is set to exhibit at ISH 2019 – taking place on the 11th-15th March in Frankfurt – and will be launching new products at the event, as well as “introducing new ways to achieve easier and faster installation”.

Bette will be taking part in ISH’s ‘Pop Up My Bathroom’ colour trends show, as well as showcasing some of the 500 colours available for its glazed titanium-steel baths, basins and shower trays on its stand.

“We will focus on innovation in design and continue to ensure that this is matched by introductions that help achieve fast and easy installation,” said Bette marketing head Sven Rensinghoff.

“One of our key aims is to make Bette products as easy and fast as possible to install, to simplify and save time. We’ve had a great response to our recently launched Minimum Support, which makes it easy and fast to fit our shower trays, and this is an area we will continue to focus on.”


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