Posted 2nd July

TKC releases new brochure for enhanced Jigsaw brand

2nd July 2019 - 07:00am
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Kitchen supplier TKC has launched a new brochure to showcase its enhanced Jigsaw brand with “its most extensive range of complete kitchens to date”.

The 276-page brochure is “packed full of aspirational lifestyle imagery” as well as details of new Jigsaw products and colour additions. New products featured include a range of sinks and taps, new handle designs and finishes, and Italian wirework.

The new light grey finish for TKC’s semi-assembled Quickcab cabinet is also showcased, alongside the new dust grey in gloss and matt finishes for the company’s Lucente and Vivo ranges. There are also nine extra textured décors in the Linear range.

“Our Jigsaw brand is continuing to grow and take market share,” said TKC marketing manager Neil Taggart. “With the vast majority of our range being available off the shelf, it reduces lead times for retailers and increases their sales capacity.”

Taggart added: “We’ve had a fantastic response to the new products and our ability to colour match inhouse is proving highly popular.”

Grab your copy now:

Tel: 0161 336 3636

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