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28th January 2021


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LochAnna Kitchens celebrates 100,000th sale as it gets back to business

* LochAnna-100000th.jpgThe Coronavirus has adversely affected every part of the KBB industry, leaving every brand, manufacturer, dealer and installer, worried and wondering. Like most businesses, LochAnna Kitchens closed its doors at the end of March, not knowing when the business would reopen.

Now, however, the company is back to business and even celebrated its 100,000th delivery which was shipped to Cotswold Kitchen & Bathroom Solutions from its Bolton headquarters in June.

"We are really excited to be back working, doing what we love and have been really pleased with the positive response and order levels since we returned,” says Paul Jenkinson, LochAnna Kitchens’ founder and managing director. “It has been a difficult time for everyone but it's more important now than ever that we understand where one another's businesses are heading. We have some exciting things lined up for the rest of 2020 and look forward to sharing these with our customers who have remained so supportive during the last few months."

The company says it has received amazing feedback from both new and existing customers after a hugely successful exhibition at KBB Birmingham earlier this year, where its stand drew a lot of attention thanks to its innovative design concepts which have now been solidified and will be launching later this year. LochAnna Kitchens has a wide offering with a mix of traditional British kitchens and more modern European Germanic style collections, all built in Britain. LochAnna will soon be launching new colours and design concepts, all while adapting to new ways of working.

"Consumers are more savvy than they have ever been and this will only grow now that people have had more time to look at their kitchens while working from home,” adds Paul. “Investing in home improvements will become a top priority for a lot of people and we'll be there when they decide to take the plunge."


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