Egan quashes rumours
- Egan gets duo in C-T shake-up. // Cabinet Maker;7/25/2003, Issue 5348, p5
Reports on the appointment of executive Steve Egan to take charge of Ultra and Wyvern department of Christie-Tyler.
- The return of a true British brand. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;4/8/2005, Issue 5433, p9
The article focuses on the statement given by Steve Egan when he told the author about British company Christie-Tyler's plans for Parker Knoll this summer. Both former stockists and non-stockists will be keen to see what C-T's team, headed by John Collingridge, have done with the brand in a...
- End of the line for Arkana and Outline in C-T shake-up. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;9/14/2001, Issue 5255, p1
Reports the restructuring of furniture firm Christie-Tyler production in South Wales. Advantages of the move to the business group; Plans of Pendragon for the Arkana and Outline products; Replacement of production loss with profitable sales.
- Christie-Tyler set to close two UK factories. // Cabinet Maker;3/7/2003, Issue 5327, p1
Reports on the plan of the furniture specialist Christie-Tyler to close two factories in Great Britain. Aim of the company to increase production in other factories; Proposal of the firm to secure partnership with other firms; Reorganization of the firm.
- Conran appears Contented. // Cabinet Maker;12/5/2003, Issue 5367, p6
Reports the plan of Christie-Tyler to expand its collection of Content by Conran furniture in Europe. Plan to double its collection; Marketing strategy; Addition of furniture to its Balance Shelving group.
- Hampton brings Egan back to C-T. // Cabinet Maker;7/18/2003, Issue 5347, p3
Reports on Christie-Tyler chief executive officer Steve Hampton's reversal of decisions made by his predecessor, James Benfield, regarding the employment of Steve Egan and Peter Connolly.
- Bigger is better. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;2/14/2003, Issue 5324, p5
Focuses on the business strategies employed by chief operating officer James Benfield regarding the business restructuring of Christie-Tyler. Streamlining on the operational management and decision making of the company; Introduction of common standards. INSET: Who's who.
- Hampton takes C-T reins as Benfield moves on. // Cabinet Maker;7/11/2003, Issue 5346, p3
Reports on the appointment of Steve Hampton as chief executive officer of furniture company Christie-Tyler in Great Britain.
- Highs and lows of C-T. // Cabinet Maker;9/3/2004, Issue 5404, p4
Reports on the position maintained by Christie-Tyler as Great Britain's largest furniture manufacturer, according to the Domestic Furniture Manufacturers report by Prospect Swetenhams.