Aiming high and reaching goals
- Interface exits uph. fabrics. // Furniture/Today;11/28/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p6
The article reports that Interface Fabrics, which in the past sold residential upholstery fabrics under the names Carolina Decorative, Carolina Contract, Chatham Home and Stevens Linen, has left the residential upholstery fabric business in the U.S.
- Looking for czardom. Soltani, Sonia // Cabinet Maker;9/30/2005, Issue 5458, p18
Presents a corporate profile of the family-owned firm, Steed Upholstery, in Great Britain. Number of years in the furniture industry; Total number of staff employed; Customer base; Names of people in the top-level management. INSET: Fact file Steed Upholstery.
- Trading standards explained. // Cabinet Maker;07/16/99, Issue 5146, p5
Reports that the policies of Trading Standards departments will be discussed at the Association of Master Upholsterers and Soft Furnishers's 1999 conference in England.
- All shades of grey at a hot Decosit. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;09/10/99, Issue 5154, p2
Focuses on the trends in upholstery fabric showcased at the Decosit fair in Brussels, Belgium.
- Paine expands. // Cabinet Maker;02/18/2000, Issue 5175, p5
Reports on upholstery firm David Paine Associates' acquisition of a manufacturing plant in response to increased business generated at the 2000 Furniture Show.
- Due Linee assurance. // Cabinet Maker;02/25/2000, Issue 5176, p3
Reports on the assurance given by Italian upholstery manufacturer Due Linee to its British stocklists that normal service will be resumed by the end of March 2000.
- Upholstery's vicious circle. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;9/19/2003, Issue 5356, p8
Analyzes the trends in the global market for upholstery as of September 19, 2003. Forecast on global demand; Expansion of market share by Asian manufacturers; Increase in U.S. furniture imports; Germany's flat exports; Production mainly centered in the U.S., Italy and China.
- Imrie to hand over upholstery buying. // Cabinet Maker;04/21/2000, Issue 5184, p3
Reports that Furniture Village group buying and merchandising director David Imrie is planning to give up upholstery buying for the firm.
- News in brief. // Cabinet Maker;02/05/99, Issue 5124, p3
Reports on developments in the British furniture industry as of February 5, 1999. Includes the appointment of Multimaster as distributor for 3M's upholstery protection products; Extension of BLC Leather Technology Centre's cooperative agreement with Leather Industries of America; Predicted...