Massive Housewares takes on three new clients

Export sales and marketing specialist Massive Housewares International will be launching a range of new design-led products from three new clients next year.
At the same time, the company will cease working with Typhoon Housewares.

David Peace, who left Meyer Group three years ago to set up Massive Housewares, told that taking on the new clients would “see our business grow considerably in 2010”.

Firstly, Massive Housewares will be handling the export business for Rotamate, which manufactures a clothes airer cover that keeps clothes dry when it rains. The product appeared on television’s Dragons’ Den.

New designer Geraldine Mattis is also teaming up with the company to get help with the international distribution of her design-led tableware.

Thirdly, Seracon is a new brand in the US and Canadian market making a range of kits for growing plants from small flowers to trees. The company will be exhibiting at shows in Toronto and Chicago; availability thereafter will be through Massive Housewares in Europe and the Middle East.

Massive Housewares acts for companies that wish to explore export opportunities without the fixed costs of employing staff and taking on other overheads. Its main export client is Meyer Group but, said Peace: “We will cease our business with Typhoon in Asia, Middle East and Eastern Europe, resigning effective end December 2009.”

Massive Housewares has recently moved into new warehouse and distribution premises in Milton Keynes.

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