Valinge signs RTA cabinet producer for click furniture technology
November 16, 2020 | 11:15 am CST
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Valinge has announced that it has signed two new licensees for their Threespine click furniture technology, both active in the kitchen industry.

One of the new licensees is Innocraft Cabinetry. Innocraft has three brands in their portfolio and Best online cabinets is the target outlet for products with this technology.

“The easy assembly technology that Threespine offers is a perfect fit for sales of cabinets online, where RTA is a must,” says Josh Qian, responsible for Best Online Cabinets. "Prefabricated furniture, assembled by the customer, has been a wish and an idea for a long time at Innocraft. It is, however, very difficult to carry out because of the outdated, complicated and time-consuming assembly methods.

“The use of Threespine will result in lower production and transportation costs and a considerable quality improvement on our products. The customers who have seen this system are overwhelmed and want to start using it in coming deliveries.”

Innocraft has received equipment to start production of cabinets with Threespine and plan to launch products on the American market in 2021.

The name of the second American kitchen company signing with Valinge for Threespine has not been announced yet. The company will use the assembly technology for factory assembly of their cabinets. In the future, the company also see a possibility to sell kitchens as RTA on their online platform. http://Valinge.se

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