Constant changes reflect our dynamic industry

Perry, David
May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/28/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p72
Trade Publication
The article explains how the dynamic nature of the bedding industry in the U.S. is reflected through constant changes. The competitive climate forces the industry to undergo changes. Retailers will change lines and look for fresh products when hard times come. Producers are always in competitive fight for market dominance. Several developments highlights changes in the industry. The International Sleep Products Association said that the industry has a modest growth in the first quarter of 2007.


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