Upholstery repairs go online

May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/17/2002, Issue 5287, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the establishment of an online upholstery repair system by Furniture Repair Network in Great Britain. Services of the system; Process of requests from users; Percentage of initial on-site visits.


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