In the developing process it is OK with trays with ridges or canals.
Avoid flat ones and the ones with small cupolas since the papers will cling to the bottom.
The maker is usually unimportant. If the quality feels right it will work ok.

If you plan to tone your prints, avoid the ones with ridges. If the print isn't flat the chemicals may deposit unevenly and you will end up with striped prints.
You can use flat bottomed trays for toning if you want to be on the safe side, but the ones with canals works well for all purposes in my experience.

These are just my experinces, hopefully they can be helpful to others.