CWV buy helps cover the market

September 2003
Cabinet Maker;9/12/2003, Issue 5355, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of the furniture firm Imperial Home Décor Group Inc. by CWV Group in Great Britain. Benefits of the acquisition for the company; Opportunity of the companies to broaden their products; Total number of workforce.


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