Range Kleen is bringing an array of new housewares to the International Home + Housewares Show, as well as expanding its presence. The company unveiled a new trade show booth this year to showcase its growing cookware and housewares lines.
“Range Kleen has experienced positive and steady growth in the 45 years since it first opened its doors. Range Kleen has extended our product offerings by partnering with Berndes Cookware from Germany and Moneta Cookware from Italy to further add to our growth and success,” said Patrick O’Connor, president, Range Kleen.
The new booth will be in the same location, McCormick Place South Building, booth S3624, but will introduce a new fresh look that also includes a demo counter, O’Connor said.
The company is also marking the 40th anniversary of Tradition, a non-stick frying pan made of cast aluminum from Berndes. To mark the milestone, Berndes treated the classic with a contemporary update. The shape of the wooden handle has been slightly modernized. The handle features a robust ash from the Sauerland region where the company is based and is a reference to the craftsmanship and the traditions of the region.
In addition, Range Kleen is introducing five new designs in Burner Kovers for decorative use in the kitchen and its new Moneta line of cookware.