Proofing a point

January 1998
Cabinet Maker;01/17/98, Issue 5071, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on Trimproof's performance in the upholstery business in Great Britain. Share in the contract market; Product range; Efforts of the company to upgrade its products; Initiatives aimed to raise the company's profile.


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