Imports are here to stay

Kay, Martin
August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/6/2004, Issue 5400, p7
Trade Publication
Comments on the importing issue in the furniture industry in Great Britain. Importance of choosing the right trade partners; Logistics issues faced by importers; Role of retailers in the industry.


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