Sunrise Kitchens now serving Pacific Northwest, Hawaii & Alaska
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With the acquisition of Hertco Kitchens in Washington state by Sunrise Kitchens, the B.C. cabinetmaker has expanded its service area to include the Pacific Northwest, Hawaii & Alaska. The two companies serve the residential and multi-family housing.

Serving Western Canada, Sunrise Kitchens produces kitchen cabinetry for the multi-family housing market, manufacturing over 5,000 kitchens per year. Hertco Kitchens supplies kitchen cabinets through more than 200 dealers within the Western US, Hawaii, and Alaska as well as Western Canada.

This strategic move expands Sunrise Kitchens’ expertise into the Western United States market and establishes a strong presence through a network of dealers targeting large-scale projects.

The proximity of Hertco Kitchens in Ferndale, Washington to Sunrise Kitchen’s in Surrey, BC is only a short drive across the US-Canadian border, which allows the teams to work closely and collaborate strategically on expanding both markets.

"Our goal," the company said, "is to continue increasing synergy between Sunrise and Hertco by broadening our product offering to increase our reach and strengthening our relationships with dealers by providing more flexibility for their customers.

"Overall, by focusing on these key areas, we plan to continue to operate successful and sustainable businesses that are well-positioned for more growth opportunities and modernization."

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