TSOs stop illegal imports' journey

August 2003
Cabinet Maker;8/8/2003, Issue 5350, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the seizure of the imported vinyl upholstery by the British Trading Standards officials in West Yorkshire, England. Number of containers seized by the officials; Failure of the items to meet the flammability regulations; Improvement in the regulation compliance.


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