A new study has indicated that both the UK upholstered furniture and beds sectors are showing signs of ‘steady’ growth, as imports increase market share.
Kitchen and bedroom manufacturer and retailer John Lewis of Hungerford has reported a fifth consecutive year of sales growth, surpassing the £8m milestone for the first time.
Swindon-headquartered supply business Neptune has revealed its target locations in London as it plans to expand its presence in the capital.
The Furniture Makers’ Company has revealed that its Christmas Ball raised more than £4,000 for the industry’s dedicated charity.
Office furniture specialist Dams has expanded its network of customer collection centres, now including Bristol and Peterlee.
Bed manufacturer Kaymed has announced that it plans to launch a new TV advertising campaign this month.
Chinese upholstery manufacturer, Man Wah, has announced the appointment of Mike Conroy as its new UK country manager.
The Furniture Makers’ Company has announced its backing of a new furniture apprenticeship standard submitted to the Government.
Fitted furniture manufacturer Kindred Living has been recognised with a ‘Hero Award’ following its record-breaking cycle event that saw a team of bikers travel across South Africa for charity.
The German-based business will launch its new range that consists of specially designed overlays made from natural latex and cork, with other materials including wool, felt and leather, using box spring bed bases across six designs.
Furniture manufacturer Nathan Furniture has announced a new partnership with Sitbest supplier Elano AS Norway.
Cumbrian-based bed manufacturer Sealy UK has announced that it has teamed up with former Olympic champion Linford Christie as part of its ‘World of Sport’ campaign.
Kitchen, windows and doors manufacturer Stevenswood has acquired Polyframe Trade Centres Limited (PTC) from Polyframe Group Limited as it plans to accelerate its expansion.
Jabar Khan, director at mattress manufacturer AJ Foam has issued a statement to Cabinet Maker regarding the Mattress report. One AJ Foam product was tested and it failed part of the test.
Floorcoverings group Headlam has reported that it has felt no Brexit impact after increasing its prices to counter balance the adverse weakening in sterling.