Sacrificing the few for the many

Westphal, Linda
October 1998
Cabinet Maker;10/02/98, Issue 5108, p1
Trade Publication
Opinion. Comments on the situation affecting cabinetmakers in Great Britain. Rationale behind the integration into one unit of Silentnight Holdings' three foil cabinet operations; Promotion of executive Jeff Fitzpatrick; Concerns over the bankruptcy of Rose Cabinets.


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