Trans-Ocean Taps Harlow as VP, Merchandising

January 2005
Home Textiles Today;1/10/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 18, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports that rug importer Trans-Ocean Import Inc. has appointed industry veteran Linda Harlow to the newly created post of vice president of merchandising. Harlow has worked in the industry for almost 30 years. She comes from the Sphinx division of Oriental Weavers Holdings, where she spent the past four years as division managing director. While there, she helped found the company's Oasis handmade rug collection. In other news, Trans-Ocean recently expanded its licensed program with designer Liora Manne and is adding three new licensed lines with artists Kelly Hoppen, Lillian August and Winterthur Museum.


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