- Perfection achieved? Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;12/8/2006, Issue 5517, p23
The article reports on the developments in bed manufacturing and designing in Great Britain. According to sources, 2006 is the year when companies decided that technology had reached its peak and it is time for genuine product innovations. In addition, several companies, including Pocket Sprung...
- Full steam ahead... Soltan, Sonia // Cabinet Maker;8/19/2005, Issue 5452, p18
Features the Kettle Containers, a furniture maker in Manchester, England. Mission statement; Financial performance; Product developments.
- Function, fashion key at Nathan's. Merritte, Tanya K. // Kids Today;Jun2005, p28
Features the firm Nathan's Furniture in Dickson City, Pennsylvania. Company history; Product developments; Mission statement.
- 15% jump in December puts factory orders up 8% for year. // Furniture/Today;3/19/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 28, p39
The article reports on 15% increase in new furniture orders in December 2011 in comparison with orders in December 2010.
- Premises secured. // Cabinet Maker;03/10/2000, Issue 5178, p4
Reports on British furniture company Mr Copperfield's transfer of its machining factory to its previous plant at Bloxwich, Walsall following the destruction of its factory in Darlaston in March 2000.
- Wally's Furniture Factory Outlet. // Cabinet Maker;04/07/2000, Issue 5182, p11
Features the Wally's Furniture Factory Outlet in Great Britain.
- Welsh move for Caerneagle. // Cabinet Maker;07/28/2000, Issue 5198, p4
Reports that furniture company Caerneagle Furniture will expand its manufacturing operations with the purchase of a refurbished factory in Caernarfon, Wales.
- U.S., Chinese alliances taking shape...fast. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;7/2/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 42, p11
Reports on trends that reshape and redefine the furniture industry in the United States. Selection of long-term partners by major players in China and the U.S.; Direct sale to retailers and development of closer partnerships with large retailers by Chinese factories; Improvements in quality,...
- U.S. factories still have home court advantage. Epperson, Jerry // Furniture/Today;4/14/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 31, p82
Comments on the advantage of U.S. furniture factories in international trade. Impact of imports on the nation's household furniture industry; Increase in domestic factory shipments; Tendency to oversimplify imports.