#COVID19: Simon Taylor Furniture offers manufacturing support to kitchen retailers that need to fulfil orders

The company is fully equipped and fully staffed, with the capacity to start fulfilling orders immediately

Simon Taylor
Published: March 19, 2020 at 1:30 pm

Simon Taylor Furniture, a bespoke kitchen furniture manufacturer, has today announced that it will facilitate orders for the kitchen businesses that are affected by COVID-19 factory closures.


The Buckinghamshire-based company, which has a state-of-the-art joinery workshop and CNC machinery, it is fully equipped and fully staffed, and therefore has the capacity to start fulfilling orders immediately.

Damian Walters

Being a bespoke business, the company has noted that it can work with any design - whether traditional or contemporary - and will manufacture cabinetry using similar materials and components that have already been specified. Viable alternatives can be offered in order to ensure that kitchens match their originally quoted pricing, whilst the meeting and order process can be organised remotely, if necessary.

Simon Taylor, managing director, Simon Taylor Furniture says: ‘At this time of crisis we want to lend our manufacturing support to kitchen retailers that need to fulfil orders to satisfy their customers and to keep their businesses running as smoothly as possible. We know that many companies and competitors are being affected by supply chain issues and we can offer an immediate solution.


‘We have been in business for 35 years and we have a long-held reputation for making high quality furniture. One of the advantages of being a truly bespoke manufacturer is that we can literally work with any design and we offer favourable lead times. We also have a fully employed installation team, so we can provide a full package of services if required. My company has not been directly affected by COVID-19 and we are respecting government guidelines by taking all necessary precautions. Unless the situation changes, we will remain open for business and fully operational.'

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