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- 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.
- Firms make a move upmarket with a dash of drama at Christie-Tyler. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;05/01/98, Issue 5086, p3
Highlights products launched by furniture manufacturers at Christie-Tyler. Charnwood's Mirage, a collection of six upholstery groupings; Creative's used of washable fabrics in its Milano collection; Contemporary collections in the Scandinavian/German tradition.
- Calm after the storms? Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;10/10/2003, Issue 5359, p8
Reports on the impact of the executive turnover at Christie-Tyler on the furniture manufacturing industry in Great Britain. Increase in the level of imports; Decline in the sales volume; Outsourcing of the production capacity.
- Christie-Tyler to offer full line imports to cabinet market. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;11/2/2001, Issue 5262, p1
Reports the imports furniture of Christie-Tyler in Great Britain. Diversification of the teams performance on the sales market; Significance of the strong product development in offshore production; Success on the combination of upholstery imports.
- The human factor. Wheatcroft, Patience // Management Today;Feb2003, p27
Focuses on the changes brought about in the furniture manufacturer Christie-Tyler after the several new appointments in the company. Change in the vision of the company after the appointment of James Benfield as the chief executive officer; Insurance expertise provided by the other appointments...
- Inevitable break-up. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;8/12/2005, Issue 5451, p18
Looks at the demise of British upholstery manufacturer, Christie-Tyler. Financial problems of the company; Decline in sales in 2003; Closing of several firms and factories to eliminate excess capacity. INSETS: Christie-Tyler by numbers;Facts and figures;Who is Hicks, Muse, Tate and Furst?.
- 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.
- A name to be reckoned with. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;12/6/2002, Issue 5316, p1
Comments on the impact of the partnership between designer Terence Conran and Christie-Tyler Co. to the furniture market in Great Britain. Details on the creation of the Content Co.; Implications of mass marketing plans of Conran; Conran designed furniture to be launched at The Furniture Show.
- Deeside closure talks start. // Cabinet Maker;4/2/2004, Issue 5382, p5
Reports on issues surrounding Deeside Cabinets' closure. Proposal of parent company Christie-Tyler to close the factory; Letters received by employees telling them the proposed closure; Discussion of Deeside's situation at Christie-Tyler's board meeting.