Parker Knoll stoppage

Lewis, Mark
December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/10/2005, Issue 5418, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on failure of several retailers to fulfill customers' orders of Parker Knoll Classic upholstery in Europe. Impetus behind the inability of retailers to serve customers; Details on problems faced by retailers; Efforts of retailers to find alternatives for meeting customers' demand.


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