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October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/22/2004, Issue 5411, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information on developments in the field of house furnishings industry. It is reported that Paul Designs has been appointed Great Britain's agent for Spanish leather sofa manufacturer Sofarama. Its products have been available in Britain for four years and it introduced a soft cover range at the recent Valenda Furniture Fair. Edinburgh City Council faces a pound one million bill over the debts of Blindcraft. The bIind and disabled worker employer has debts of more than pound 2 million and is making 41 if its 108 staff redundant in an effort to cut costs.


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