- GOOD WEEK BAD WEEK. // Cabinet Maker;7/2/2004, Issue 5395, p31
Presents the good and bad highlights of the business week of furniture makers in Great Britain compiled for the week of July 2, 2004. Plans for the village of Old Cantley to become a conservation area.
- What makes shoppers visit furniture stores? // Cabinet Maker;5/26/2006, Issue 5489, p39
The article presents information on a study related to the furniture industry in the United States. The study was conducted among nearly 1000 adults in the United States. According to the researchers, if the furniture trade is good, that is fine, but if it is not then many manufactures put a...
- Twisting and turning. // Cabinet Maker;9/5/2003, Issue 5354, p14
Focuses on the market competition between the coil sprungs and pocket springs, essential materials in bed manufacturing. Reason why manufactures are moving gradually to pocket sprung; Comments of Greg Suthern, marketing director of Multiple Dreams, on which material is dominating the market;...
- CIFF 2009 SHOW. // Cabinet Maker;3/20/2009, Issue 5629, p19
The article features the furniture displayed at the China International Furniture Fair (CIFF) by the exhibitors. The top Chinese brands in the modern furniture area includes Landbond and Red Apple, as well as several upholstery manufacturers. Other furniture are the neo-classical, panel and...
- Why you gotta love this industry. // Furniture/Today;10/17/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p6
Comments on the changes and developments in the furniture industry and trade in the U.S. Bankruptcy filing by Levitz Furniture Co. Inc.; Launch of new innovative furniture; Comparison of the benefits and advantages offered by the furniture industry from other industries.
- August trading. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;10/7/2005, Issue 5459, p34
Compares the sales performance of furniture industry on July 2005 and August 2004 in London, England. Growth of sales in July; Sales volume in August 2004; Average sales value for July 2005.
- Home sector sees further sales dip, says ONs. // Cabinet Maker;10/29/2010, Issue 5711, p4
The article reports on the sales performance of the household goods industry including the furniture trade in Great Britain, in which, September 2010 revealed a two percent decline compared to the same month in 2009.
- Market potential by category for 2007. // Furniture/Today;1/29/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p136
The article presents a research on sales potential calculated for each furniture in 2007 which shows that the amount actually spent is usually higher than the amount households plan to spend in the U.S. It is noted that households buy furniture and bedding throughout the year without making...
- Furniture contributes to household goods fall. // Cabinet Maker;7/31/2009, Issue 5648, p8
The article reports on the decline of the household good as revealed by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) in Great Britain. The decrease is due to the sales drop from furniture and hardware stores. ONS has further revealed that the sales volume for non-food stores were 2.4 percent higher...