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    30" Height Double Doors Wall Cabinet (CS-W2730)


    $266.8/ Piece


    27"W * 30"H * 12"D


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      Product Model CS-W2730
      An Eggersmann kitchen in CopenhagenExports are the growth engine, but the domestic market, with comparably high purchasing power and eager competition among brands, is the foundation. It’s an all-German game there: In 2014, export volume exceeded import volume by a factor of 14.Foreign kitchen manufacturers can hardly get their foot in the door in Germany. For upholstered furniture, the landscape looks completely different —  2½ times as much is imported as exported.Market and production volume are an advantage: They assure good prices, which provide good revenues, which make investments in production and research possible, which result in better products, and the cycle repeats. One Call Kitchens & Bathrooms Pty Ltd

      A LeMans pullout by Häfele3. German Kitchens Benefit From Engineering TraditionsGermany is — if you’ll pardon the cliché — a land of nerds and engineers. This finds expression not just in the car industry, but also in the bathroom and kitchen industries. A kitchen is a complicated product, and functionality is foremost. How easily does a cabinet open? How useful is the internal layout? How long will everything last with daily use? “I believe we in Germany have a good background in the field of engineering. In the case of kitchens, this, for example, means the fittings industry,” says SieMatic’s Siekmann. “These companies have contributed to the development of the kitchen industry in terms of quality and functionality over the past 40 to 50 years.” There are hidden champions, such as Häfele fittings from the Swabian town of Nagold — also founded in the 1920s — that are renowned worldwide. Techniques are often developed in exclusive cooperation with a particular manufacturer. SieMatic am Märkischen Tor

      A SieMatic drawer with organizer“Made in Germany” refers, in the case of kitchens, to practically every component. It’s interesting, in this regard, to note the geographical clustering. For example, 33 of the 76 German full kitchen manufacturers are located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia; 57 percent of the 16,400 people employed in the kitchen industry work there. Many other manufacturers are located in Bavaria and in Swabia. And with them, their suppliers.Why is that clustering important? Because when the distances are short, cooperation increases over the long term. For example, Häcker Kitchens has been working for more than 50 years with cabinet hardware manufacturer Hettich, located nearby. Häcker’s head of sales, Markus Sander, says, “We can ride there on a bicycle! Despite the long-standing attachment, they naturally have to constantly keep up with competition, but as long as they grow as innovatively as their competitors, collaboration survives.”