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12th January 2018
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Steel Cucine joins KBBG boosting range of suppliers available to members
With the continued expansion of the Kitchen Bathroom Buying Group, Steel Cucine is welcomed to the ever growing list of suppliers available to members.
Steel Cucine is a premium Italian appliance manufacturer with a long family heritage. In 1922, in Carpi, near Bologna, Angelo Po's craftsmanship in stainless steel helped produce the first hand-made stoves and later, the production of high quality, commercial, appliances for restaurants.
After bringing range cookers to the domestic market in 1999, today, Steel Cucine has come to the forefront of the manufacture of both range cookers and hoods. Innovation and functionality are the by-words for its aesthetic designs and professional approach to kitchen products. In the UK, the Steel Cucine range of appliances is distributed exclusively to independent retailers by Bradshaws, and includes range cookers, built-in ovens, hobs and cooker hoods.
John Hamlin, national sales manager, Bradshaws Appliances, says: "We are very pleased that Steel Cucine is joining the KBBG. We are sure that with a line-up of sizes and colours uniquely matching those from the world famous cookware brand Le Creuset, the Steel brand can provide a true 'slot in solution' in a range cooker, allowing for near seamless integration next to cabinets and worktops. We very much look forward to working closely with all of the KBBG members."
Bill Miller, Managing Director, KBBG, says: "We are thrilled to offer even more choice to our members who are increasingly able to benefit from a unique selection of kitchen and bathroom suppliers. We have made great headway in our short history and the addition of such a premium kitchen brand is once again a clear demonstration of our desire to bring our members the very best suppliers in the industry."
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