Senkki: maximizing efficiency

July 2001
Cabinet Maker;7/13/2001, Issue 5246, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on the production capacity of Senkki, a pine chair manufacturer in Finland. Export of half of the furnitures produced; Preference to create chair models together with customer; Constant investigation of machineries to enhance competitiveness.


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