C-T parent denies sale
- 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?.
- C-T to close Blenheim. // Cabinet Maker;2/8/2002, Issue 5273, p3
Informs that Great Britain-based upholstery maker Blenheim is being closed by parent Christie-Tyler.
- C-T's Sanderson launch spearheads branding. // Cabinet Maker;1/18/2002, Issue 5270, p1
Reports on Christie-Tyler's attempts to develop its upholstery companies into consumer brands in Great Britain.
- Alexvale merged into Kincaid. Evans, Gary // Furniture/Today;4/12/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 32, p2
Reports on Hudson, North Carolina-based Alexvale Furniture's restructuring of its upholstery line. Aim to reflect a renewed emphasis on middle price points; Merger of Alexvale into the Kingcaid Furniture brand name.
- Leather producers targeting independents. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;7/25/2005, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p99
The article presents information on the leather upholstery manufacturers. It report that the leather upholstery manufacturers are betting that the inaugural market in Las Vegas, Nevada will be a jumping off point from which their business will grow, gain exposure and broaden their customer base....
- Contemporary takeover. Pamben, Deven // Cabinet Maker;8/31/2007, Issue 5553, p10
The article reports on the result of the study conducted by MTW Research on the future trend of the furniture industry in Great Britain. Based on MTW's report, titled "Upholstered Domestic Furniture Market UK 2007-2012," the overall upholstery industry is expected to be worth Â£1.2 billion in...
- 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.
- C-T development centre to close. // Cabinet Maker;8/22/2003, Issue 5352, p5
Reports on the reorganization of the upholstery firm Christie-Tyler in Great Britain. Structure set up by James Benfield for the company; Closure of the development center of the firm; Effect of the closure on the sales agents.
- MBO indicated for C-T and Walker & Homer sell off. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;05/15/98, Issue 5088, p2
Reports on the management buyout for Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer, two of Great Britain's largest upholstery manufacturers. Reasons for the management buyout instead of floating them on the stock market; Combined turnover and operating profit of the two companies together with the office...