JSWB show hosts many international buyers

Russell, Thomas
November 2008
Furniture/Today;11/10/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p20
Trade Publication
The article highlights the Second Annual JSWB Shanghai Furniture Sourcing Fair held in China from September 11-15, 2008. The event was participated by 375 exhibitors displaying new product in a wide range of styles and categories. Universal Furniture introduced its Better Homes and Gardens collection. Alexandre International showcased a 20-piece transitional upholstery collection. Fairmont Designs displayed a mix of largely traditional Western-style case goods and upholstery. INSET: JSWB center starts second phase of expansion.


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