Fire destroys leather stock

August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/13/2004, Issue 5401, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the damages caused by a fire that hit the container of leather suites at Style South Interiors, a furniture retailer, in Dorset, England. Details on the estimated prices of stocks damaged; Plan of the company to invest in CCTV and closed skips; Effort of the firm to refund some of its customers.


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