Rosinox has confirmed that it will shift its production operations to a new purpose-built manufacturing plant in early 2013.
The manufacturer, whose products are marketed in the UK by Dawson, started work on the plant in Bourges, France at the start of this year and says it will transition to the new set-up over the next few months.
Giuseppe Politi, export manager at Rosinox, said the investment involved a massive modernisation of its production facilities.
“The objective of the move is to take advantage of the new technologies available to us as a manufacturer and further our product and company development into 2013 and beyond,” he said. “This gives us the perfect platform to invite consultants, dealers and end-users to come and see the unrivalled quality of our product portfolio and show them our complete offering.”
Rosinox provides a large portfolio of high-end modular, cantilever and bespoke cooking ranges.
Dawson’s MD, Mike Butt, said the move was a positive development for its own business and would make it more competitive at the premium end of the market.
“It is amazing news for us that Rosinox is investing heavily in the upgrade of its manufacturing facilities and is driven to grow as a company and continuously innovate,” he said.
Work began at the new plant earlier this year ahead of its opening in 2013.