Bathroom manufacturer the Roxor Group has announced it will no longer exhibit or attend Kbb Birmingham 2020.
Parent company of Hudson Reed, BC Designs, Asquiths, Bayswater and Nuie brands said “the choice has not been made lightly”, citing “the well-being of our employees will always be our number one priority.”
The company planned to launch its Nuie brand at the show, but has new plans
It issued a statement on LinkedIn, which reported the company has a “moral and legal obligation” to ensure employees and visitors health was not put at risk.
The statement read: “Roxor Group Ltd have respectfully made the decision to not exhibit or attend the KBB 2020 show due to the most recently issued guidelines around the Coronavirus on Gov.uk website.
“This choice has not been made lightly, however the wellbeing of our employees will always be our number one priority.
“Information had arisen that other exhibitors and visitors would be travelling from areas at risk shown within the government guide lines.
“We have a moral and legal obligation to ensure our colleagues and stand visitors health is not put at risk.
“At KBB we were planning to launch our exciting new brand nuie. However, we have new plans to showcase our stylish brand. Keep your eyes peeled!
“We wish the best of luck to all those who are still exhibiting at KBB. We will see you again in 2022!”
It follows the news Frontline Bathrooms has pulled out of the show.