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Magnet Contract Kitchen Solutions merges with Rixonway

Dewsbury based kitchen company, Rixonway Kitchens, and Magnet Contract Kitchen Solutions (CKS), will now operate under one brand,  Nobia Group.

Rixonway Kitchens, which has been providing quality kitchens to the social and affordable housing market and private developers since 1978, will enter into a new chapter of the company’s history, as they operate as Magnet Contract Kitchen Solutions (CKS).

As the fastest growing B2B kitchen brand in UK, Magnet CKS has multiple factories across the UK including the North and operates a vast national network of over 200 local stores and large-scale delivery direct to site.

Backed by the Nobia Group, Europe’s largest kitchen supplier with over 16 strong brands across the UK, Nordics and Central Europe, the northern powerhouse will operate as one of the UK’s largest kitchen suppliers.

Mark Hughes, managing director at Rixonway Kitchens and now Managing Director at Magnet CKS, said: “We are delighted to be operating as Magnet CKS, as we can offer our customers an unparalleled service proposition.

“With access to Magnet stores, we will be able to accommodate any size of project and budget and provide stock locally.

“For us, this means we can operate a ‘right-first-time’ ethos, together with single plot deliveries, at highly competitive and consistent price points for our customers.”

Andy Gould, sales & operations director at Magnet, said: “Rixonway Kitchens has been offering quality kitchens for decades. By joining forces, it helps to broaden Magnet’s customer portfolio and our ability to offer a service to more varied customers.

“We will continue to focus on delivering market-leading service and product solutions to both private developers and social housing customers and can now offer a dedicated, easy solution product range across all price groups from budget to premium.

Rixonway Kitchens is strongly rooted in the local community and will continue to work

closely with local charities and organisations. In particular with HM Prison Service, an initiative which was set up to help reduce unemployment by teaching prisoners new skills prior to being released.

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