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Whitefurze to exhibit at Europe's top trade shows

UK manufacturer Whitefurze will exhibit next month at two of Europe's largest trade shows - Spring Fair Birmingham (12F10-G11) and Ambiente (6.0, C30). Over the course of the back-to-back events, the privately owned company will showcase its entire range of Housewares, Storage, Food Storage and Gardenware. 

 

The Whitefurze brand stands for quality, value and service and guarantees the high standards that are associated with 'Made in Britain'. Spring Fair will see the company showcase its entire UK-made range across a 224sqm custom built stand in the volume hall. Highlights will include new garden lines and colours as well as the official UK-launch of new packaging and new silver brand colour for the company's premium Allstore range.

 

"We have exhibited at Spring Fair for the best part of 40 years; the show allows us to make a brand statement as well as engage with our wide customer base" says Whitefurze Managing Director Philip Lanni. "We also look forward to meeting international buyers at Ambiente. Whitefurze products are sold throughout the UK and we are well positioned to explore the opportunity that the international market presents".  

 

A new exhibitor to Ambiente's Hall 6.0, Whitefurze will showcase a variety of housewares, storage and food storage products that deliver on style, value and function. A selection of new colours will also be on show.

 

The company is also preparing for a third appearance at Paperworld Frankfurt, the world's leading exhibtion for the office supplies market.

 

Visit Whitefurze at Spring Fair Birmingham (stand 12F10-G11); Ambiente (hall 6.0, stand C30); Paperworld Frankfurt (hall 30., stand E19) to find out more.

www.whitefurze.net

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