Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association Member

August 5, 2020
By: Stanley Walter

Netley Millwork is now a proud member of the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association, a national association that strives to promote the interests and conserve the rights of Canadian manufacturers of kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities and related millwork, as well as their suppliers and dealers, throughout Canada.

Netley Millwork strongly identifies with the vision and core values of the CKCA, and is proud to work to promote the vision, mission and core values that will help improve Canadian kitchen cabinet manufacturing, and how it affects people across Canada looking to design & build their dream kitchen, vanity or other related millwork.

It is important to us that our customers understand that we adhere to the highest standard of Canadian kitchen cabinet manufacturing.  Netley Millwork also strongly supports the idea of buying Canadian made products and will be working with the CKCA to help promote Canadian manufacturers that the normal consumer does not necessarily deal with directly.

CKCA Mission (Link)

CKCA promotes the highest standards in Canadian kitchen manufacturing. We provide opportunities for members to grow and strengthen their businesses; and a forum for suppliers and manufacturers to collaborate. CKCA brings manufacturers a comprehensive quality assurance testing program. Our member manufacturers demonstrate a commitment to the highest quality in product manufacturing. Fully dedicated to the professionalism of our members we offer education and resources for training, public visibility and recognition through our website directory and we provide connections and strategic alliances through a credible network of like-minded people.

CKCA Core Values

  • Uphold the highest standards in good craftsmanship and installation.
  • Encourage creative kitchen design and innovative cabinetry function and space solutions.
  • Deal honestly and fairly with customers and stand behind the quality of work and service commitments.
  • Exchange information and experience, encourage research on materials and technical advancements in manufacturing techniques