Mohawk's buy of Crown Crafts, Goodwin Weavers gives company dominant position in throw business

Wyman, Lissa
November 2000
Home Accents Today;Nov2000, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p8
Reports the acquisition of Crown Crafts Wovens and Goodwin Weavers by Mohawk Industries. Plans of developing a rug program using Mohawk resources; Impact of the acquisition on the throw business; Consideration of additional jacquard weaving capacity on the purchase; Reorganization plans.


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