Posted 6th March

Wren Kitchens receives Made in Britain marque

By KBBDaily on 6th March 2019 - 13:40pm
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Kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens – which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year – has been awarded the Made in Britain marque “in recognition of its commitment to manufacturing excellence”, according to the company.

According to Wren – which manufactures its kitchens at three factories in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire – it delivers around 2,000 fully built kitchens per week including all doors, drawers, wirework and baskets. The company added it has supplied more than £1bn worth of kitchens over the last three years.

“We are very proud of our British manufacturing heritage,” said Wren managing director Mark Pullan. “All our kitchens are designed, developed and built in the UK to the highest standards. We are committed to manufacturing affordable luxury kitchens here in Britain and this makes us unique in the kitchen market.

“We have created thousands of jobs in the UK and are delighted to have so many passionate, dedicated and exceptionally talented people working within the Wren family. We are happy to be joining like-minded businesses at Made in Britain and look forward to being part a strong brand that promotes British manufacturing.”

Made in Britain CEO John Pearce said that Wren’s “impressive journey to being the country’s leading kitchen retailer in just ten years is testament to the management team’s ambition and vision”. He added: “It’s great to see that its sights are set firmly on continued future growth, despite the economic challenges a lot of sectors are currently facing.”


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