Twisting and turning

September 2003
Cabinet Maker;9/5/2003, Issue 5354, p14
Trade Publication
Product Review
Focuses on the market competition between the coil sprungs and pocket springs, essential materials in bed manufacturing. Reason why manufactures are moving gradually to pocket sprung; Comments of Greg Suthern, marketing director of Multiple Dreams, on which material is dominating the market; Implications of the trend for the bed manufacturers. INSET: Vox shop.


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