Posted 25th Jul 2019

Wren Kitchens receives ISO accreditation for manufacturing facilities

25th July 2019 - 07:00am
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Kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens has been awarded International Standards Organisation – ISO – accreditation for its manufacturing facilities in Barton-upon-Humber and Howden, which make more than 2,000 kitchens per week.

The retailer’s Howden factory has also received ISO 45001 accreditation, which focuses on employee health, safety and welfare, as well as ISO 14001 for “proactively minimising its environmental impact”.

“These recognitions further cement our name as an industry-leading kitchen manufacturer, and it’s thanks to the tremendous efforts of our Wren family for making this possible,” said Wren Kitchens manufacturing and logistics director Rafal Klimek.

“We’re proud to say that we’re celebrating our tenth year in business and as we continue to expand at pace, we’re focusing on streamlining our processes and further developing initiatives to create a happy, safe and healthy workplace.”

Read more: Wren Kitchens invests £120m in new facility, creating 1,200 jobs

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