Two more leading housewares suppliers have joined the British Home Enhancement Trade Association.
Drinks products manufacturer Cellardine and kitchen bin and home waste disposal company Hailo have both added their names to BHETA’s expanding membership.
Founder and managing director of Cellardine, Peter Dunne describes Cellardine as a designer and manufacturer of patented, useful, functional and original products that offer excellent value for money.
Within Cellardine’s portfolio are wine and bar accessories, outdoor dining lines, children’s lunch box chillers, gift sets and corporate ideas, while Hailo provides a varied range of built-in bins, recycling bins, pedal bins, and retro-style bins sold in more than 60 countries, with the brand positioned firmly at the design and ingenuity end of the market.
Commenting on the new housewares members, Will Jones, housewares sector director at BHETA, said: “BHETA is attracting a lot of new members as companies see the benefits membership can bring in terms of sales growth, as well as compliance and best practice. It’s a challenging marketplace and the help that we are providing is really driving the increase in membership.”