A new beginning or the end of the line for Ducal stockists?

O'Brien, Liam
April 2003
Cabinet Maker;4/11/2003, Issue 5332, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on the effect of the factory closure by the furniture manufacturer Ducal on the retailers in Great Britain. Number of dismissed employees; Concerns of the retailers on the move of the firm; Decision of the company to move production overseas.


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