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Kitchen furniture manufacturer Omega has announced a £7.5million investment and expansion plan for its South Yorkshire plant. It will increase production capacity to over £125m over two years.
The Doncaster-based company will open an 80,000sqft manufacturing and warehouse facility, taking the single site operation to a total of 400,000sq ft.
It will house additional storage and offices to help the company meet increased production targets and demand for its kitchens from retail and contract sectors.
Omega has been manufacturing kitchens since 1996 and manufactures kitchens under the brand names English Rose, Chippendale, Sheraton and Mackintosh
Work on the company’s expansion has begun and is expected to be completed in October 2018.
Chairman of Omega Sir Bob Murray CBE commented: “This is a significant investment and key indicator of how well our business is performing, and underlines our confidence in future sales and continued growth in the sector.
“Omega is now the premier volume supplier to the retail sector with an impressive portfolio of first-rate contract customers. Our values of delivering inspired British design and high quality crafted kitchen furniture backed up with exceptional customer service makes us a natural choice for our retail and contract partners.”
He continued: “We are a consumer-led business, with years of successfully targeting and servicing the needs of customers. We believe our specialist knowledge and passion for the industry is what sets us apart from our competitors in the contract market. We are the only major manufacturers in the UK with a sole focus on the kitchen market.”