Rangemaster to return to KBB Birmingham after 10-year absence

KitchensNews Tue 16th Jan 2024 by KBBFocus

Rangemaster to return to KBB Birmingham after 10-year absence

Rangemaster to return to KBB Birmingham after 10-year absence

British range cooker and sink manufacturer Rangemaster is preparing to exhibit at KBB Birmingham 2024 for the first time in 10 years. 

The company will unveil a line-up of new range cooker families – the first additions to its portfolio since the launch of Nexus Steam in 2019 – and introduce six new colours, bringing the brand’s palette to 14. Live cookery demonstrations will also take place throughout each day of the show on Rangemaster’s stand, J60. 

Iskender Diker, commercial director at Middleby Residential (Rangemaster), said: “We are looking forward to being back at KBB Birmingham; 2024 is the beginning of an exciting new era for the Rangemaster brand and follows significant investment in our factory in Leamington Spa. Unveiling the momentous changes and launching the new range cooker families and colours at the show will be just the beginning. We can’t wait to connect with our customers, old and new, to reveal the exciting developments we have been working on to provide them with a stronger, more cohesive product offering, proudly made in Britain.” 

Alongside appliances, Rangemaster is also launching 100 new sinks and taps for 2024. Its KBB stand will showcase key models, including streamlined stainless steel sinks and multifunctional granite workstations as well as kitchen taps in an array of styles and finishes. 

There will also be a dedicated Leisure Sinks area, highlighting the company’s latest products following its 90th anniversary last year.

James Cunningham, sales & marketing director for Sinks & Taps, said: “KBB Birmingham is a great event and we are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to share some exciting new sink and tap products across the Rangemaster and Leisure Sinks brands. One of the key trends continuing in 2024 is versatility, from material choice to functionality, and we will be showing retailers and specifiers exactly that.” 

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