Lots of new product on tap

Knell, Michael J.
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/8/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p23
Trade Publication
The article details the significance of the 35th annual Canadian Home Furnishings Market (CHFM), the only national furniture industry event in Canada. According to the article, CHFM is the right platform for introducing new products of all size and in all channels of distribution from domestic producers to Canadian retailers. The range of products exhibited include upholstery, decorative accessories and retail services. Some of the exhibits displayed give merchandising ideas to the retailers.


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