Magnet revamps top the agenda for Bager

October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/29/2004, Issue 5412, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the responsibility of Preben Bager to sort out the refurbishment problems as head of British retail chain Magnet. Number of branches planned to be updated by 2006; Bager's secondary task to reduce stock levels to boost store margins; Bager's operation of Danish kitchen manufacturer HTH since 1992; Operating margins of Magnet for the three months ended September 2004.


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