The partnership follows eight years of support from Ideal Bathrooms who will exit the brand in the coming weeks.
According to the company, Villeroy & Boch is committed to ensuring a smooth transition period takes place in the coming months and to maintain its service levels in the market.
Director of Villeroy & Boch Graham Bayley commented: “We believe that working closely with Abacus and linking with their own manufacturing strengths along with the planning and design services they offer will give our complete network new opportunities.
“Abacus already have developed very strong internal process such as their highly modern and fully automated order processing systems and their online dealer portal.
“Further commitment in the development of new dedicated warehousing and introduction of our products into their “onsite” training and development centre will allow dealers to visit and view our ranges”.
Villeroy & Boch recently exhibited at ISH, where it introduced an updated version of its Memento bathroom collection – Memento 2.0 (shown), added to its Finion collection and introduced Collaro.
Villeroy & Boch is a family business, which create premium ceramics and is headquartered in Mettlach, Germany.
Founded in 1748, the Villeroy & Boch brand is active in 125 countries.