Fabric converter Diversitex acquires Kingsway

January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/1/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p36
Trade Publication
The article highlights the acquisition of Toronto-based Kingsway Fabrics by Diversitex, based in Fairfield, New Jersey. Kingsway home furnishing company is both a print and fabric resource. The president of Diversitex, Bill Summers, states that the company plans to increase the sales of home furnishing division to half of the total sales of the company. The new group Diversitex/Kingsway would be led by Marc Bergman and Catherine Shearson from Kingsway will be the president.


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