COR Sitzmöbel: first CORever vintage furniture items go on sale

At the end of last year COR launched its CORever second-life programme offering customers the chance to return disused pieces of furniture. The furniture items are then refurbished for resale by the family-run company in Rheda-Wiedenbrück/Germany. The first vintage furniture pieces will be available to purchase in the COR Special Sale on 21 and 22 June.

Rheda-Wiedenbrück, 11 June 2024. With its CORever return system and its refurbished vintage furniture sale the premium brand is extending its commitment to protecting the environment and setting an example for more sustainability. Items of COR furniture that would otherwise have ended up as bulky waste are being given a new lease of life. After being lovingly refurbished and repaired, they can become part of different stories with their new owners.

The launch and implementation of the CORever programme mark a significant milestone for the seating furniture manufacturer. For decades now, new COR models have been developed with durability, repair friendliness and separability for same type material recycling front of mind. “The experience we are gaining through CORever may well have a decisive influence on the design and construction of new models,” commented Leo Lübke, Managing Partner at COR.

The returns system generates awareness for the value-preserving use of furniture and appeals to a new, younger target group by providing them with access to affordable quality furniture. “We are a family-owned company that accepts its responsibility for the environment and the people who live in it. Part of that responsibility extends to our furniture products, which we view as cultural assets. With CORever, we are extending the life of our furniture and conserving valuable resources,” concluded Lübke.


COR Special Sale
Westring 131
33378 Rheda-Wiedenbrück, Germany
www.cor.de/sale

Further information about CORever can be found at: www.cor.de/corever

 

The East Westphalian seating furniture manufacturer has continuously reduced its greenhouse gas emissions according to its recently published Sustainability Report 2022/2023. It has also improved its environmental footprint in many other respects.

Sponsored by the German Institute for Service Quality, the DUP UNTERNEHMER magazine and ntv, the award went to the East Westphalian seating furniture manufacturer for first place in the category of recycling with the CORever second-life programme.…