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Design and functionality in a class of its own

EICO’s product catalogues must present the cooker hoods and provide inspiration for how they can be used in interior design.

As a supplier of EICO quality products, it is the small things, the details, that make the difference. The catalogues are therefore printed and finished to match this exclusive style.

After printing and finishing, the catalogues are packed in special boxes for EICO. The boxes are prepared for easy handling in EICO’s warehouse and to ensure they can be sent quickly onwards.

“The physical catalogues provide inspiration, experiences and a tangible tool for both the retailer and the end user. They are necessary, and we are highly aware that our website cannot stand alone,” says Anette Aarup Nielsen, Marketing Project Manager.


It's the best feeling when the new catalogues arrive

Anette Aarup Nielsen

Marketing Project Manager

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