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Kitchen and bedroom furniture manufacturer Uform has recently partnered with Vauth-Sagel. Uform came into this partnership to establish a new distribution channel for its storage products in the UK and Ireland.
Established for over 60 years, German furniture fittings supplier Vauth-Sagel produces more than 85 million products every year.
Uform has recently celebrated 30 years trading and will offer 75 Vauth-Sagel products, which have been designed to cater for a variety of living spaces, including kitchens, utility rooms, pantries and laundry rooms.
These will include a selection of base pull-outs, corner pull-outs, tall larder pull-outs and a range of pull-out waste bins, all with a 10-year warranty.
Commenting on the announcement, Uform Group CEO Simon Oliphant said: ‘We are delighted to partner with Vauth-Sagel on the introduction of a comprehensive range of storage and waste bins.
“We believe, Vauth-Sagel is underrepresented in the GB and Irish markets. As a result, this will give our retailers more options.
“Before partnering with Vauth-Sagel our customers had growing concerns that a lack of choice was impacting them when it came to this type of product.
“We’re confident that this new category will help our growing customer base maximise their sales opportunities.
“This new partnership agreement aligns with our strategy of becoming a one-stop shop to deliver choice and convenience for the customer; ultimately becoming easier to do business with.”
Managing director of Vauth-Sagel Claus Sagel added: “We are pleased to officially appoint Uform as a new Vauth Sagel supplier for the UK & Ireland market.
“As a company, we share similar values in terms of Uform’s family founded ethos and their significant growth in recent years gives us absolute confidence that they’re strongly and expertly positioned to represent Vauth-Sagel in line with the principles of our brand.
“We look forward to strengthening our presence in the GB market by working closely with Uform in 2024 and beyond”.
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