Omega has revealed that its current success is down to careful planning and investment. The company says that it invested millions to secure raw materials pre-Brexit and strengthen manufacturing and logistics practises. It has explained that by ensuring Omega kitchens are made solely in Britain, in the Yorkshire-based Omega production facility, all customers are able to be confident in the guaranteed on-time delivery promise. As a result, 2022 saw the business reap the benefits of this strategy as it is currently celebrating 22% growth across the business.
Omega PLC contract sales director John Cahill, said: “The ability to offer succinct supply chain solutions for developers has been a key contributor to the growth of Omega’s contract division. Developers are comfortably reassured, when working with a domestic manufacturer, that we have the capacity and raw materials easily accessible. Having the manufacturing capacity to react and work closely with our developer partners with our extensive branded product offering in uncertain times is a key factor in buying British. Omega offers effective solutions and reassurances that are essential in ensuring developments are completed in time.”
Omega PLC CEO Simon Barber, added: “We are proud of our British heritage and the reassurance it provides to customers that we are experienced, established and can be trusted. We manufacture all our kitchens in Britain and through careful planning have capitalised on this strength to deliver the highest quality designs and products and always on time. Investment in our facilities, supplies, infrastructure, and designs together with the continued hard work of our employees has enabled the business to grow in both the retail and the contracts market.”