KBIS 2014: Merillat Cabinetry's 5-Day Build-to-Order Strategy

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 01/10/2014 1:54PM

 

  Merillat Cabinetry says its return to the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, KBIS 2014, will feature its ability to quickly supply customers with their orders.

“Our ability to ship built-to-order cabinets in as little as five days from receiving the order is a big deal,” says Jonathan Klinger, VP Marketing.

Merillat, a unit of Masco, will bring six new door style offerings and seven new color options and combinations for its  Merillat Classic product line to KBIS, running Feb. 4-6 in Las Vegas - co-located with the International Builders Show.

Debuting will be the Bayville door style with a “pillow-like” edge; a new Dusk color – a deep, dramatic finish; and Kona on Oak, a darker finish reflecting resurging interest in Oak.

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A number of new storage products and design solutions will also be previewed during KBIS, as well as items from the Merillat Classic cornerstone line, and Merillat Masterpiece, its premier line.

“Business is strong, we have a lot of momentum on our side," says Rick Roetken, President, Masco Cabinetry. "We’re ready to show the world what we’ve been up to. We’ve spent the last two years listening, working, and building. This is a long-awaited public unveiling of those efforts.

 

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Rick    
January, 21, 2014 at 06:28 AM

Anyone else seeing the Decorative Specialties add overlaying the slideshows?

 

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