Good move to lever up labels

Kidd, Andrew
February 2002
Cabinet Maker;02/15/2002, Issue 5274, p1
Trade Publication
Comments on the move of Andrew Clark, executive at Silentnight Beds, to run the Parker Knoll, Ducal and Stag, subsidiaries of Silentnight Holdings. Management of Clark at Silentnight Beds; Improvements needed at Ducal, Stag and Parker Knoll; Reliance of the three establishments to the initiative of Clark for the elevation of revenue.


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