Duresta and William Bartlett up for sale
- New owner for William Bartlett. // Cabinet Maker;2/18/2005, Issue 5426, p4
Reports on the sale of William Barlett, a cabinet manufacturer in England. Details of the deal; Reason for the sale of the company.
- Company offerings. // Cabinet Maker;1/7/2005, Issue 5420, p3
The article reports that William Bartlett brand could be sold. As sales occupied the minds of consumers, corporate sale activity was also in full swing. William Bartlett, the cabinet firm is in talks with two firms after putting itself up for sale last month. Mohammed Rafiq has installed new...
- William Bartlett goes for an image revamp. Jordan, Anne // Cabinet Maker;05/28/99, Issue 5140, p5
Reports on cabinet firm William Bartlett's decision to change its name, logo and product range.
- Bartlett waits no longer. // Cabinet Maker;2/8/2002, Issue 5273, p29
Informs that High Wycombe, England cabinet company William Bartlett has finally had a visit from the town mayor after waiting for 137 years.
- Bartlett maintains tradition. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;06/23/2000, Issue 5193, p5
Focuses on the marketing campaign launched by the William Bartlett company in June 2000.
- Award recognition for upholstery brand. // Cabinet Maker;9/19/2014, Issue 5901, p6
The article announces that British upholstery brand manufacturer Duresta Upholstery Ltd. was named as runner-up in the Upholstery Supplier of the Year Award and has received the AIS Gold standard of Accreditation Certificate.
- In brief. // Cabinet Maker;06/01/2001, Issue 5240, p3
Reports developments in the furnishing industry as of June 2001. Option of Top Drawer exhibitors for online promotion; Launch of a product care leaflet by William Bartlett; Increase in lighting sales of John Lewis department store chain.
- Duresta joins PM-led business delegation in China. // Cabinet Maker;12/6/2013, Issue 5864, p10
The article reports on the involvement of Long Eaton, Nottingham-based supplier Duresta Upholstery Ltd. chief executive officer Clive Kenyon-Brown in China in a business delegation led by British Prime Minister David Cameron to increase the number of craftsmen and women employed in the company.
- Shop window. // Cabinet Maker;5/2/2003, Issue 5336, p10
Features several upholstery created by established furniture makers. Henley from Gascoigne Designs; Savoy sofa from Wade Upholstery; Laura sofa from Duresta.