Superior Cabinets says stain fusion finishes on MDF is its top seller
December 16, 2016 | 6:47 pm CST
Superior Cabinets Fusion Finish using stain on MDF is its best seller.
Saskatoon, SK - Superior Cabinets will be launching its award-winning innovative handcrafted MDF Fusion Finishes line to the U.S. market at the  Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Orlando, Florida in January 2017.
Superior Cabinets says it has seen significant growth with its Fusion Finishes line of cabinets on MDF and it has quickly become the top selling product offering at Superior Cabinets. The product, which was launched in 2010, was developed out of necessity as the cabinetry market shifted its focus to wood alternative cabinets.
“We were looking for an alternative to Thermofoil to accommodate the ever-growing multi-unit segment of the business,” said Adam Taman, Business Development Manager of Superior Cabinets. “The team started to experiment with stain on Medium Density Fiberbord (MDF), and the results were nothing short of phenomenal.”
Adapting their portfolio to serve the ever changing needs of the market has been pivotal to Superior’s success over their 35 year history. “We have incorporated many Lean and 5S methodologies into our manufacturing facility,” said Jason Warkentin, Vice President of Manufacturing and Supply Chain of Superior Cabinets. “This organization has allowed us to be nimble to respond to the market and our client’s needs.”   Aligning their business operations to be customer driven is an essential component to Superior’s ongoing success.
Fusion Finishes has been instrumental in growing their US network of dealers. “This product line allows many of our US dealers the chance to offer something that has never been offered before in their market,” said Taman. “Differentiation allows our dealers to stand out and offer a handcrafted product at an affordable price. That is definitely a win, win.”
Superior Cabinets will be co-exhibiting with Glideware at the KBIS (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show) in Orlando, Florida from January 10th - 12th, 2017. Visit them at booth number S4122 for more information.
Superior Cabinets in operation since 1980, is one of Western Canadas leading manufacturers and suppliers of frameless kitchens with a long-held and well-earned reputation for fine quality products, outstanding customer service and dedication to employee success. Superior sells through their retail stores in Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary and Edmonton, as well as a network of 75 dealers with significant room to grow leveraging their 55,000 sq.ft. cabinet production facility based in Saskatoon, SK.

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