Cavendish and Bymacks for NEC

Kidd, Andrew
March 1999
Cabinet Maker;03/05/99, Issue 5128, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Bymacks and Cavendish, upholstery subsidiaries of Airsprung Group, have signed up for a booth at BFM Summer Furniture Show in Birmingham, England in August 1999. Remarks from Stephen Harrington, Airsprung Upholstery division chairman; Firms exhibiting at the show.


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