Fast track to profit on the agenda at Frayling
- Return to Salterforth. // Cabinet Maker;12/04/98, Issue 5117, p3
Announces that upholstery maker Frayling will exhibit at Silentnight Group's Salterforth showrooms in Great Britain for three years from April 1999. Construction of an extension at Salterforth; Reason Frayling stopped exhibiting at Salterforth in early 1990s.
- Tough times and reorganisation prompt layoffs at upholstery firms. Lloyd, Mim // Cabinet Maker;08/21/98, Issue 5102, p3
Reports on two Britain-based upholstery manufacturing firms' dismissal of employees. Buoyant Upholstery; Frayling Furniture; Production restructuring and drop in sales cited as factors.
- Staff cutbacks at Frayling. // Cabinet Maker;4/19/2002, Issue 5283, p2
Reports the dismissal of employees in two of the plants of Frayling Furniture. Number of employees dismissed; Reasons for reducing workforce.
- Frayling sales figures reflect imports blow. // Cabinet Maker;06/28/2002, Issue 5293, p4
Reports on the sales drop posted by Frayling FurnitureLtd. in 2001. Amount of loss posted by the firm for the year; Outlook of the company on its prospects for 2002.
- Frayling sheds more staff. // Cabinet Maker;6/20/2003, Issue 5343, p3
Reports on leather upholstery firm Frayling Furniture's plan to reduce its workforce in 2003. Estimated number of employees to be dismissed; Challenges facing the company in 2003.
- Frayling keeps UK design base. // Cabinet Maker;6/27/2003, Issue 5344, p5
Reports that Frayling Furniture Ltd. will maintain production design base in Great Britain. Outsourcing of production of lower end and middle market designs to China or Europe; Success of the company's Frayling designed Chinese made Hand Sprung range; Overhead cuts.
- One-off public sale by Frayling. de Melim, Richard // Cabinet Maker;04/07/2000, Issue 5182, p2
Reports that Frayling Furniture Ltd. is planning to launch an initial public offering.
- Premier cleared in frayling infringement test case. Waller, Richard // Cabinet Maker;11/20/98, Issue 5115, p5
Reports on the clearing of manufacturer Premier Upholstery of design right infringement as alleged by Frayling Furniture Ltd. Ruling that none of models made by Premier were copies of the Sienna by the now-defunct company Goldline; Case background.
- Four from Frayling/Chapel. // Cabinet Maker;7/27/2001, Issue 5248, p6
Features the upholstery launched by Great Britain-based furniture retailer Frayling Furniture and its sister company Chapel Fine Furniture.