Posted 8th February

ArtiCAD welcomes Uform to supplier programme

8th February 2019 - 15:09pm
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CAD software specialist for the KBB market ArtiCAD has welcomed kitchen door and component supplier Uform to its supplier partnership programme, which ArtiCAD said will “underpin the strong working relationship between the two companies” after many years of working together.

Graphics for Uform’s Aisling and Uform catalogues are now available for designers on the ArtiCAD-Pro software, including an updated door and materials library for the Aisling brand, as well as configurations for tall units. For the Uform range, changes include an updated door and colour library.

“We are delighted to welcome Uform to the Supplier Partnership Programme,” said ArtiCAD director Theresa Turner. “This ensures that designers have access to the latest Uform graphics, free of charge and the latest doors and components are available as and when they’re brought to market.”

Uform product manager Sara Cotter added: “We’re pleased to make this latest announcement. We believe this latest step will help to provide an enhanced buying experience for our retailers nationwide.

“By being part of the Supplier Programme, we can make it even easier for customers to specify our products in their designs which in turn can enable them to have endless design possibilities at their fingertips.”


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