Deeside 'under review' says management
- Imports blamed for manufacturers'demise. // Cabinet Maker;5/27/2005, Issue 5440, p3
Announces the closure of cabinet company Beaver & Tapley and Christie-Tyler subsidiary Deeside Furniture and Curtains in Great Britain due to increasing furniture imports. Decision to go for a voluntary liquidation; Number of employees affected by the said closure; Views of company executives...
- Belfield buys Deeside. // Cabinet Maker;7/22/2005, Issue 5448, p4
The article reports on the acquisition of Deeside Furniture Ltd. by Belfield Furniture in . Under the terms of the agreement, 250 of the 400 jobs will be retained. Belfield CEO Steve Hampton reestablishes their relationship with Deeside. The acquisition has doubled the capacity of Belfield's...
- Layoffs threat in Wales. // Cabinet Maker;10/22/2004, Issue 5411, p4
The article reports that upto 70 staff could be made redundant at upholstery manufacture, Deeside Furniture Ltd. Staff are undergoing 30-day consultation period before a final decision is made. Staff were told at the time that the company was suffering from increased demand for imported lower...
- Far East threat must be taken seriously. de Melim, Richard // Cabinet Maker;03/17/2000, Issue 5179, p7
Focuses on the threat posed by Far East-based furniture manufacturers to Great Britain-based furniture makers as of March 17, 2000.
- Quality promotion wins customers. Harding, Shane // Cabinet Maker;09/11/98, Issue 5105, p6
Forecasts the growth of the bed industry in Great Britain in 1998 despite the gloomy economic condition pervading the nation. Factors contributing to the growth; Importance for bed manufacturers to cut their marketing budgets during an economic decline; Continuous increase of the demand for beds.
- Sluggish economy takes toll on Homestyle. // Cabinet Maker;1/24/2003, Issue 5321, p7
Reports on the impact of economic downturn on furniture industry in Great Britain. Decrease of furniture spending; Percentage rates of sales on bed division; Struggles of high street stores on hometextile sales.
- Start preparing for an upturn â€” invest in people. Haines, Bruce // Marketing (00253650);9/12/2002, p22
Focuses on the importance of business planning despite the economic slowdown in Great Britain. Comprehension of client demands; Provision of advertising advice; Payment of competitive salaries.
- Isa lolly melts away. Camp, Lucian // Money Marketing;2/28/2002, p52
Focuses on the different approaches of the business enterprises during the economic downturn in Great Britain. Reduction of the marketing budget; Adoption of the equities strategy; Disadvantages of the strategy.
- Uncertainty clouds business plans in UK. Varley, Peter // Packaging Magazine;11/21/2002, Vol. 5 Issue 21, p10
Reports on the impact of business planning on the economic condition in Great Britain. Decrease of the overall output in the manufacturing sector; Percentage decrease of the light metal packaging; Accounts on the headline rate of increase on the average earnings.