Posted 21st May

Poggenpohl extends contract with Porsche Design

By KBBDaily on 21st May 2019 - 07:00am
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German kitchen company Poggenpohl has extended its contract with Porsche Design Group, having first teamed up with the company in 2007 to develop the P’7340 kitchen with stainless steel frame and later the P’7350 kitchen.

The extended, long-term contract will see the two brands continue to focus on the two existing kitchen designs, intensify shared global marketing activities and develop a new product range.

“Back in 2007, we launched our first joint kitchen, the Porsche Design P´7340, with Poggenpohl,” said Porsche Design CEO Jan Becker. “We were then able to supplement our portfolio with a further model and Porsche Design kitchens can now be found all over the world. We are really looking forward to building on this successful partnership with the new, long-term contract.”

Poggenpohl CEO Gernot Mang added: “A high level of design competence, craftsmanship and the global brand recognition are just some of the shared core values of Poggenpohl and Porsche Design. Treading our own path, never stopping, believing in the best solution – these mottos are the basis of our strategic cooperation on equal terms.”


Read more: Poggenpohl redesigns Wigmore Street flagship store

 


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