Making up for a long absence

Kidd, Andrew
March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/11/2005, Issue 5429, p9
Trade Publication
Comments on the acquisition of Parker Knoll brand by furniture firm Christie-Tyler in Great Britain. Lack of plans of the company for Parker Knoll; Plan to convince retailers to stock the brand after an absence of several months; Important factor considered by many potential stocklists.


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