Highgate Beds fined for headboard beach

October 2003
Cabinet Maker;10/3/2003, Issue 5358, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the fines imposed on Highgate Beds after one of its headboards breached the flammability regulations in Great Britain. Guilty plea of the company; Recommendation of the court to contact stockists to organize a product recall; Plans of general manager Chris Moffat to sue Highgate for the costs he has incurred.


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