Good morning to furniture deliveries

September 2004
Cabinet Maker;9/24/2004, Issue 5407, p19
Trade Publication
Focuses on study findings showing that majority of consumers in Great Britain prefer morning deliveries of their furniture and assesses whether retailers are prepared to adjust to this preference. Time slots preferred by most of the survey respondents; Reactions of furniture retailers to the research findings. INSET: In focus.


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