Rivals gather to bid for Silentnight brands

November 2004
Cabinet Maker;11/5/2004, Issue 5413, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that rival manufacturers have been interested in Parker Knoll, Stag, Ducal and Nathan after Silentnight Group's decision to sell or license the home furnishing brands in face of continuing losses.


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