Posted 15th March

Wood veneer supplier relaunches with new HQ

By KBBDaily on 15th March 2019 - 10:27am
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Wood veneer supplier Freed Veneers has undergone a relaunch, moving to a new, larger headquarters and distribution base, and kicking off a new marketing campaign aimed at architects, specifiers and the high-end KBB manufacturing sector.

The Leighton Buzzard-based company has also released a new brochure with a company overview and highlights of its product range, as well as a new “comprehensive” website. “One can never rest on one’s laurels; to do so is to go backwards!” said founder and managing director Laurence Freed.

“Therefore, we are constantly developing our levels of service, our team, our product portfolio and our marketing tools to make us as accessible, efficient and as flexible as we possibly can be to the professional KBB designer.

“Our new extensive warehouse facility means that we can provide a fast response for most requests whilst our special product development facility, enables us to work closely with designers to engineer veneers to specific requirements, thus allowing us to translate their concepts into reality.”


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