Global bed challenge

Yates, Stephen
June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/4/2004, Issue 5391, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the issues over the rise of imports in the bed industry in Great Britain. Solutions and recommendations from Stephen Yates, president of the National Bed Federation, regarding what the industry should do to face the challenge; Significance of addressing the challenges in helping maintain manufacturing base for the industry.


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