British kitchen manufacturer Omega has announced it will be launching a new custom-cut panel service for its range of painted and non-painted furniture.
The new service is the result of a “strategic investment” by Omega that will allow it to manufacture panels that are of factory-finished quality, but customised to bespoke sizes.
The new panels will be available to order from October 30, and are available in an extensive range of Omega’s brands, including Novus (which was launched earlier this year), Mackintosh and Sheraton.
Omega says that the new panels will offer customers greater flexibility in their designs, as well as helping to reduce costs by allowing them to order the specific panel they need to suit their projects.
Using the new service, the manufacturer also believes it can save on production costs, as well as reduce waste, which helps to support Omega’s ongoing sustainable initiatives.
James Bishton, Omega’s retail sales director, said: “Our continual product development launches are strongly influenced by customer feedback that we actively seek. Recently, cut and edged panels in custom sizes became a common request to further help our partners win projects from a design and installation perspective.
“We are excited to add this bespoke service to our offer and exceed customer expectations by including our painted ranges, all without impact to our standard lead times. This solution provides unparalleled design customisation options to enhance the overall aesthetic of the kitchen while also streamlining the installation process for our customers.”
Next year, Omega says that it is planning to launch additional custom-cut panels for its range of ready-to-assemble brands, English Rose and Chippendale.
Recently, Omega reported record turnover for 2022, with a 22% financial increase over the year before.