Brand new role at Silentnight

February 2002
Cabinet Maker;02/15/2002, Issue 5274, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the appointment of Andrew Clark as executive at Silentnight Beds, in Ducal Parker Knoll, and Stag, subsidiaries of Silentnight Holdings. Resignation of Ducal executive Philip Price; Job description of Clark at Ducal and Cornwell Parker companies; Statement of Clark concerning the challenges and opportunities awaits for the two companies.


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