CKCA's revised certification program to be presented at WMS 2017

MISSISSAUGA, ON -- The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association will present a briefing its new cabinetry and vanity standards on November 2 at WMS 2017.

"What are the new CKCA Standards and what do they mean to you?" is slated for 8:20 a.m. at the International Centre, in the Pegasus B room.  For more information and to register go to the WMS 2017 website.

CKCA officially launched its revised certification program during an event at Richelieu Mississauga on June 1 during Richelieu's all-day Trends Event. A presentation also takes place in 

According to Sandra Wood, CKCA's executive director, the certification stands as an industry benchmark for kitchen and bathroom cabinet manufacturing in Canada. "It is a revised standard created by industry peers," said Wood.   
"Our standards are a measurement tool for Canadian built, Canadian quality," said Wood.  "It allows you to differentiate yourself from the competition and strengthen consumer loyalty."

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