Asian warehouses a hit

Russell, Thomas
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/8/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that many furniture importers in North Carolina who source from Asia are stocking their finished goods in warehouses in Asia. The article adds that stocking the finished goods in Asian warehouses helps the importers to not only process orders faster but also allows retailers to order different items at container prices rather than ordering in bulk. Importers including Four Hands and JT Michael Designs are mentioned in the article as stocking products in warehouses in China.


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