Success for Scan-Thors in flammability case

July 2002
Cabinet Maker;7/12/2002, Issue 5295, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that importer and mail-order company Scan-Thors has defended a prosecution concerning the flammability regulations in June 2002. Claims of Rochdale Trading Standards Service; Details on the case.


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