SB vows to deliver

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/17/2004, Issue 5419, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that SB Capital is seeking a 30% discount on prices from Courts, a furniture company, suppliers as it seeks to fulfil the orders of 52,000 customers. It planned to reopen the 88 Courts branches on December 16, 2004 with a closing down sale after reaching a deal with administrator KPMG. It has an option to retain 14 Courts' branches. SB is trying to fulfil orders of others who paid in full or offer an alternative. Those who paid a deposit will be given the choice of an alternative less a discount. Customers who paid by credit card have been told to claim against their credit card company.


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