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21st July 2017
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Elleci comes to the UK
Italy has long been revered as the fashion and style capital of the world, leading through innovative and passionate design. The fact that households in the UK are experimenting with new kitchen designs, appliances and colours more than ever meant that it was only a matter of time before we looked to our boot-shaped counterparts for inspiration - and then along came the exciting new Italian sink brand, Elleci.
"Elleci is already the number one sink designer, manufacturer and supplier of designer coloured sinks and taps in Italy, but it's also quickly becoming a market leader across the globe too," Marketing Manager Anthony Roberts told us.
Marcus Smyth, Marketing Director, Elleci UK, added: "We are delighted to bring Elleci to the UK for the first time and firmly believe the market has craved for something more heartfelt and truly passionate, to add to the kitchen. We have already been filled with confidence from the initial reception and look forward to exploring new opportunities to grow the brand."
Elleci brings a comprehensive offer of coloured composite sinks, taps and accessories all underlined with innovative Italian design and style. We're not suggesting of course that you specify the one pictured, but it shows what can be achieved with a little imagination!
The range is exclusively available from selected specialist distributors, featuring what Elleci believes to be the widest choice of colours and models from any supplier in the UK. Each sink is paired with a 30 year warranty, valid for any material or manufacturing defect.
All sinks are certifiably 100% made in Italy and Elleci UK holds a large stock of the entire range in its warehouse in Cheshire
Elleci was established in 1992 and now operates worldwide in more than 40 countries with a production plant in Italy and sales offices in the Baltic, North America and Shanghai as well as Italy and the UK.
13th April 2012