MBO mooted for Christie-Tyler

April 1998
Cabinet Maker;04/24/98, Issue 5085, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that a management buyout will be the likely option for Christie-Tyler after the announcement of its parent company Hillsdown Holdings on the future of its non-food divisions. Restructuring of the sales operation from agents to sales representatives at Hillsdown and its divisions; Possible income for Hillsdown coming from the sale of Christie-Tyler.


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