Omega Kitchens (Omega PLC) has confirmed the appointment of James Murray ACA to its Board as a non-executive director.
James Murray, 26, qualified as a Chartered Accountant whilst working at KPMG in Jersey.
In December 2015, he moved from KPMG to oversee strategic plans and investments at The Murray Family Office and Murray Investments Limited, Jersey where he is also a Director.
He is also a non-executive Director of Leeds based property developers Sterling Capitol PLC.
Chairman of Omega PLC Sir Bob said: “I founded Omega Kitchens in 1996, and am delighted that my son James is now joining the board and will work closely with me in the future.
“I have no doubt, that James will prove to be a great asset to the company and will also contribute to its long-term wellbeing and continued growth.”
James added: “Omega is celebrating 21 years in business so it’s an honour for me to be joining such a successful company and leader in the kitchen sector at this time.
“It is the people at Omega that make all the difference. It is their expertise, skills and commitment that have made the company so stable, reliable and a brand leader in terms
of product design, innovation and service over many years, and I look forward to continuing our family connection and commitment.”
Omega Kitchens design and manufacture high-quality fitted kitchens and furniture. The company supplies British-made kitchens through a network of specialist retailers across the UK and direct to property developers.
The company uses the latest technology, computer-aided design and computer-controlled facilities to create an exciting range of modern and classic kitchens that feature the very latest innovations and design features.
The ‘Very British Collection’ comprises the brands: English Rose (RTA), Chippendale (RTA), Mackintosh and Sheraton (rigid supplied fitted kitchens).
Operating from a 315,000 sq. ft., purpose manufacturing built complex, Omega PLC has been manufacturing quality kitchens since 1996. The company’s head office is located adjacent to the M18, at Thorne, near Doncaster.