C-T sheds jobs as imports bite

Kidd, Andrew
February 2001
Cabinet Maker;02/16/2001, Issue 5225, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the proposed restructuring of Christie-Tyler upholstery group in Great Britain. Considerations of using the released capacity for Pendragon and Arkana producing Outline and Enigma models; Closure of Arkana Design's Caerphilly factory and Outline Designs' Bridgend plant; Retirement of Charnwood Upholstery marketing director Mark Purrett.


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