Carpostan Inds. closes doors

July 2007
Furniture/Today;7/2/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 42, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports that Carpostan Industries has become the latest local supplier of upholstery fabric to close its doors in the U.S. The company, a specialist in textured jacquards and dobbies for residential upholstery applications, has shut down after 38 years in business, the author said. Paul King of Carpostan asserted that the owners will deal on the company's sell off in the coming months.


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