Vermont Tubbs consolidating production

Russell, Thomas
July 2008
Furniture/Today;7/28/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 46, p140
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of case goods manufacturer Vermont Tubbs to consolidate its plant in Brandon, Vermont to the facility of its sister company Brown Street Furniture in New Hampshire. Brown Street co-owners Kyle and Adam Tager express that the Brandon plant is not economically feasible to run the operation. They add that the facility has higher real estate taxes and utilities cost than the New Hampshire facility.


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