Buying group Furniture Smart adds import hub

Edmonds, Tom
January 2001
Furniture/Today;01/29/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on buying group Furniture Smart's expansion of its offerings to its membership of 400 small and mid-size furniture retailers. Launch of a Web site that enables members to order and finance merchandise; Company's use of the former Singer Furniture facility in Arkansas to receive imported containers of case goods and break them up into smaller shipments to members.


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